FIRST TAKE: We might not like it, but for Shamila Batohi it’s steady as she goes

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“It has been ten months,” Shamila Batohi said with a barely audible sigh on Wednesday at the National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA) staid and grey head office in Silverton, Pretoria.

Batohi, who has been in office as the National Director of Public Prosecutions since February, has had a tough time of it. Public pressure on her and Hermione Cronje, the head of the NPA’s crack Investigative Directorate, to initiate grand, sweeping prosecutions related to capture and corruption is increasing daily.

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