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The Presidency will receive Part 3 of the State Capture Report

The Presidency will receive Part 3 of the State Capture Report

The commission, which sat for four years, heard testimony about how the country’s public institutions were infiltrated, looted and hollowed out during former President Jacob Zuma’s tenure as head of state.

State Capture Commission Chairman Raymond Zondo (left) delivered the first report to President Cyril Ramaphosa (right) on January 4, 2022. Photo: GCIS.

JOHANNESBURG — The Presidency announced it would receive the third volume of the State Capture Inquiry report on Tuesday evening.

The commission, which sat for four years, heard testimony about how the country’s public institutions were infiltrated, looted and hollowed out during former President Jacob Zuma’s tenure as head of state.

In January and February, President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office received the first two volumes of the report, which detail how state-owned enterprises like the South African Revenue Service, SAA and GCIS were captured by the controversial Gupta family with President Zuma and his cronies alleged to be the facilitators of the state capture.

The Presidency announced that the public release of the report will take place around 7 p.m.



The Presidency will receive Part 3 of the State Capture Report

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