Kgosi takes the win, reinstatement up to Magosi

Isaac Kgosi PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG
Isaac Kgosi PIC: PHATSIMO KAPENG

Even though ex-spy chief Isaac Kgosi had the last laugh on Tuesday when the Directorate of Public Prosecutions (DPP) withdrew a charge in a case in which he was accused of obstructing security agents and support staff, the State could reinstate the case and it is only up to Directorate of Intelligence and Security (DIS) director-general Peter Magosi.

The State could only reopen the case if they give Kgosi further particulars he needs. With the particulars essentially the evidence that backed up the State’s claim, DPP had to withdraw the charge because without particulars of the actual claim itself, there was nothing Kgosi could argue against.

The particulars that Kgosi needed for the matter to proceed are said to be ‘classified’ according to Magosi. For now, Kgosi can take the win but the reopening of the case by the State surely rests upon Magosi removing classification markings from the ‘classified’ information in the particulars.

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