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By Will Ross More from Stephen May, a lawyer for South Africa's Speaker of Parliament, Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
Africa editor, BBC World Service As well as rejecting media reports that the speaker had handed herself in to the police, he said Ms Mapisa-Nqakula believed an investigation into her by state prosecutors' was politically motivated.
Markus Jooste dies one day after being ordered to pay a $25m fine for accounting fraud in South Africa. The probe was sparked by accusations that Ms Mapisa-Nqakula had solicited bribes in return for awarding contracts when she served as defence minister.
Mr May said Ms Mapisa-Nqakula and her team were demanding access to the prosecutors' case file in order to better understand the allegations against her.
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