‘Cloak of secrecy’: ex-KZN NPA boss’ letter adds twist to Panday saga
Outlining to Batohi why she didn't prosecute Edward Zuma’s business partner is a 'setback' in the fraud case
A scathing 57-page letter, which fingers the people who declined to prosecute controversial Durban businessman, Thoshan Panday, on three separate corruption cases, is in the hands of NPA boss Shamila Batohi.
The letter sent by former director of public prosecutions in KwaZulu-Natal advocate Moipone Noko was cited as a “setback” in the case of Panday and his three co-accused who appeared in the Durban Magistrate’s Court on Wednesday.
On Wednesday, Panday, former KZN police commissioner Mmamonnye Ngobeni (https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/south-africa/2020-10-05-say-cheese-says-former-kzn-top-cop-as-she-appears-for-world-cup-fraud/) and ex-cops Ashwin Narainpershad and Navin Madhoe appeared before magistrate Vanitha Armu on charges of corruption and fraud linked to 2010 Fifa World Cup police tenders valued at R47m...