Sharpen those tools, Gerrie, because if you’re going after the big dog you’re going to need to be at your best.
Back in May we reported on the possibility of Afriforum, with Nel heading up the private prosecutions unit, going after Jacob Zuma (HERE).
Now Afriforum CEO‚ Kallie Kriel, has confirmed that the unit is working on two major cases, one of which could take aim at the highest office in the country.
Via Times LIVE:
“One is a criminal case that has nothing to do with corruption and the other is a case of corruption in government. Unfortunately that is all I can say at this stage‚” [Kriel] said.
Kriel said they were putting a lot of effort into preparing the cases‚ with an announcement planned in the next three months.
He said preparation was key as they will have 90 days to prosecute once the deeply compromised National Prosecuting Authority‚ which has hogged the headlines for all the wrong reasons‚ issues nolle prosequi – a declaration the NPA has decided not to prosecute.
Kriel said the unit has received a lot of financial support from its members but said they also have other funding modes within the organisation to fulfil the unit’s mandate.
“We have enough resources to pursue private prosecutions in these two potential cases‚” he said.
So as the NPA loses its bite, headed by the feckless Shaun Abrahams, the Bulldog readies himself to pounce.
A brief look at Zapiro taking the piss out of Abrahams last week before we carry on:
What a spineless excuse for a man.
I guess all we can hope is that Afriforum don’t let those 780-odd charges fall by the wayside, although if they can put the squeeze on JZ and hasten his exit to Dubai I think we’d consider it a job well done.
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