Breytenbach continues fighting for her job
Prosecutor Glynnis Breytenbach will apply to the Labour Court in Johannesburg to be reinstated to her job. The application is aimed at stopping the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) from removing her from her position as regional head of the specialised crimes unit in Pretoria. In April 2012, Breytenbach was suspended and later faced a lengthy disciplinary hearing on 15 charges, which included failing to act impartially while investigating the Kumba/Iron Ore/Sishen and Imperial Crown Trading (ICT) mining rights issue.
ICT, the company's lawyer Ronnie Mendelow, and its counsel Edmond Wessels were also in the firing line. On May 27, an NPA disciplinary hearing found her not guilty on all the charges.... Read the full, comprehensive news article and discuss at Mail & Guardian