NPA taps into business sector skills to increase prosecution efficiency

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Motheo Khoaripe interviews Outa CEO Wayne Duvenage.

Busisiwe (Busi) Mavuso | CEO of Business Leadership South Africa (BLSA)

The National Prosecuting Authority is stepping up its efforts to respond to the Zondo Commission and will need specialist skills to tackle complex corruption cases.

South Africa business management offered to help the NPA, providing them with technical skills to gradually increase their effective prosecutions.

Wayne Duvenage, CEO of Organization Undoing of Tax Abuse (OUTA), said collaboration between the NPA and the business sector would go a long way in the fight against corruption.

There are many members who could bring investigative skills. Forensic auditing skills. This is the kind of skill the NPA needs to piece together these cases. Get the evidence lined up to make a strong case.

Wayne Duvenage, CEO of Organization Undoing Tax Abuse

We know the NPA was decimated and hollowed out during the Zuma years

Wayne Duvenage, CEO of Organization Undoing Tax Abuse

We’re 10 years behind here, and the NPA is dealing with everyday crime. Every day, rape, murder, corruption, fraud. To deal with a backlog that we have and its magnitude, it is going to take a long time.

Wayne Duvenage, CEO of Organization Undoing Tax Abuse

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