Former South African State Security Agency boss Arthur Fraser has issued a warning to the National Prosecuting Authority to move on a case he opened last year against four individuals who implicated him at the state capture inquiry. Times Live quotes Fraser as saying that, should the NPA not act, as he had received no update on the case, he would be left with no option but to pursue private prosecutions against the four individuals, who include President Cyril Ramaphosa’s security adviser Sydney Mufamadi. Fraser previously argued that the allegations against him were false and opened a case of perjury against the four.