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Bowman Property GroupView
Bowman Property Group specialises in the leasing and sale of commercial, industrial and retail property.
National Prosecuting Authority of SA (NPA)View
In a Constitutional state such as South Africa, all citizens have a right to enjoy a better quality of life ... free from fear and free from crime. The Office of the National Director of Public Prosecutions was established on 1 August 1998, in terms of section 179 (1) of the Constitution. The NPA comprises of the National Director, who is the head of the Office and manages the Office; Deputy National Directors of Public Prosecutions; Directors of Public Prosecutions and Special Directors; other members of the prosecuting authority appointed at or assigned to the Office; and members of the administrative staff at the Office. Legislation governing the prosecuting authority is the National Prosecuting Authority Act, 1998 (Act No. 32 of 1998) . The Constitution, read with the said Act, provides the prosecuting authority with the power to institute criminal proceedings on behalf of the State and to carry out any necessary functions incidental to instituting criminal proceedings.