TRC prosecutions | Political interference could be probed

NPA head Shamila Batohi however assured the justice portfolio committee, that there’s been no interference since she’s taken office, to pursue justice for the families and the victims of these atrocities. Lindsay Dentlinger reports. #DStv403

CAPE TOWN - An inquiry into whether political interference has delayed the prosecution of apartheid crimes could be in the offing. 

The National Prosecuting Authority has told Parliament a decision is imminent from Justice Minister Ronald Lamola.

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NPA head Shamila Batohi however assured the justice portfolio committee, that there’s been no interference since she’s taken office to pursue justice for the families and the victims of these atrocities. 

Batohi says the NPA was committed to regularly engaging with victims’ families on progress made in their investigations, amid complaints they were not being kept abreast of developments.

* eNCA's Lindsay Dentlinger reports.

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