ANALYSIS: A disfigured leadership team is Shamila Batohi's biggest obstacle to success

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The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has yet to act on any of the big state capture-related cases, which include Estina, Eskom, the Passenger Rail Agency of SA and Transnet.

It has been unable to make decisions around Julius Malema and On-Point Engineering, nor has a decision been taken on Malema's seeming discharge of a firearm at a political rally. This, despite the large amounts of evidence in the public domain and in possession of investigators and forensic law firms about how money was funnelled from the Free State provincial government to the Guptas, the looting at Eskom, the billions lost through the corrupt train tender process and how Transnet was repurposed to serve the capture network.

And, despite a report by the Public Protector into On-Point and Malema as well as footage of him allegedly firing off a live round into the sky.

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