Presidency mum on Nxasana inquiry
President Jacob Zuma's office says it hasn't yet set the terms of reference for the Nxasana inquiry.
JOHANNESBURG - President Jacob Zuma's office says it hasn't yet set the terms of reference for the inquiry into National Prosecuting Authority (NPA)'s head Mxolisi Nxasana, more than two weeks after announcing the inquiry will take place.
Nxasana has been accused of not being fit to hold office after he failed to fully disclose his criminal record.
The Presidency says it can't say at this stage when the terms of reference of the inquiry will be published and when the person who will chair it will be announced.
In the meantime, Nxasana appears to be running the NPA, but with a cloud over his head.
It's being claimed that the inquiry is only being instituted as part of serious in fighting within the organisation.
It was set up several days after the NPA head announced he decided to reinstate former criminal intelligence boss Richard Mdluli.