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National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) head Shamila Batohi said impunity was no longer a given as she promised major prosecutions within the next six months to restore the rule of law, which she said was on life support.

Into her fourth year without a successful high-profile corruption or state capture-linked prosecution, Batohi, whose appointment by President Cyril Ramaphosa in 2018 was seen as a major step in his efforts to reform the state and rebuild institutions, acknowledged that a lack of progress had led to public frustration...

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