4.2 Section 179 of the Constitution of South Africa states that "a National Director of Public Prosecutions, who is the head of the prosecuting authority; and is appointed by the President" Trace the different individuals who served as National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) since 1994 and their relationships with the various Presidents at the time. In this light, discuss the “power” of the office of the NDPP in relation to nepotism, corruption and state capture. (4)​
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Section 179 of the Constitution of South Africa states that "a National Director of Public Prosecutions, who is the head of the prosecuting authority; and is appointed by the President" Trace the different individuals who served as National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP) since 1994 and their relationships with the various Presidents at the time. In this light, discuss the “power” of the office of the NDPP in relation to nepotism, corruption and state capture. (4)

The Office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions has the power to give support to National Director by making policy against corruption and state capture.

What is Office of the National Director of Public all about?

The Office of the National Director of Public enhance smooth delivery of job roles of National Director and his job functions which is consistent with the Constitution.

Prosecuting Authority Act, of 1998, the body can prosecute offenders.

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