The official opposition party Democratic Alliance (DA) picket outside the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) offices following last night’s break-in.
The picketing was led by DA Shadow Minister of Police, Zakhele Mbhele, and DA Shadow Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Glynnis Breytenbach.
The DA said it will also use the opportunity to follow up on criminal charges laid by the Democratic Alliance against high-level government officials over the past 10 months.
“We will also seek an update on whether the NPA has started any prosecutions as a result of these cases.” said the party.
“The people of South Africa need to be brought up to speed on what is being done by the South African Police Service in light of the crisis of yesterday morning’s break-in at the Gauteng North Director of Public Prosecutions offices in Pretoria as well as other high-level break-in’s such as last week’s break-in at the Hawks Head Office”