Ramaphosa on track to appoint SA’s top prosecutor
Advisory panel gives the president five names he must chose from by December 19
President Cyril Ramaphosa is on course to meet a mid-December deadline imposed by the Constitutional Court to appoint the country’s top prosecutor.
On Sunday, an advisory panel appointed by Ramaphosa gave the president its shortlist of five candidates from which to choose the national director of public prosecutions (NDPP) to succeed Shaun Abrahams, who was axed in August.
Eleven candidates were interviewed. Ramaphosa has until December 19 to make the appointment.
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