Business is spearheading a process to digitise the forensic analysis capabilities of the National Prosecuting Authority's investigative arm, the Investigating Directorate (ID) — a move that could see the prosecuting body outsourcing less of this work to specialised firms. It could also speed up the prosecution of high-profile state capture culprits and others accused of financial malfeasance. 

At a meeting of President Cyril Ramaphosa, selected ministers and CEOs representing 115 companies to discuss how to fight crime, fix rail and ports, and end load-shedding, it was announced that business had set up a special purpose vehicle (SPV) to enhance the NPA's digital and forensic data capacity. ..

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