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Advocate Moipone Noko is the person leading the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) team that is considering President Jacob Zuma’s representations on corruption charges.
Noko and her team‚ once they have considered the representations‚ will make recommendations to NPA boss Shaun Abrahams on whether Zuma should face charges.
Here is a snapshot of the team members:
Moipone Noko, KwaZulu-Natal’s director of public prosecutions, was appointed to her position in 2013 by Zuma‚ despite reportedly being investigated for maladministration‚ favouritism and abuse of her office.
City Press‚ at the time of her appointment‚ reported that Noko had decided to withdraw charges of intimidation and harassment against one of Zuma’s wives‚ Tobeka Madiba-Zuma. Her domestic worker had reportedly laid a complaint of intimidation against the President’s wife in 2013.
In the past decade, the NPA has been accused of protecting Zuma‚ and Noko’s history could create a perception that she is sympathetic to the...
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