The role of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) is not something that is subject to his feelings, but comes from the constitution, according to new justice minister Ronald Lamola.

“[The NPA] won’t be defined by my feelings and how I view it. The constitution is clear, the NPA Act is clear: they must do their job without fear or favour to anyone,” Lamola told Business Day after the state of the nation address last week. He was appointed minister of justice & constitutional development late in May...

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