The final volume of the State Capture Inquiry report is expected to be handed to the President on Wednesday.
JOHANNESBURG - The State Capture Commission's work is done.
But even after more than three years, chairperson Raymond Zondo admits there is still more corruption to be uncovered.
The Chief Justice says the terms of reference for the inquiry were very broad.
He handed over the final part of the commission's report to President Cyril Ramaphosa
The nearly 2,000-page document details, among others, the Vrede Dairy project, the SABC and the State Security Agency.
Happening Now: Part 5 of the #StateCaptureReport has arrived at the Union Buildings for the final handover by the commission chairperson, chief justice Raymone Zondo, to the president. We are live on #eNCA pic.twitter.com/1ikv136HLS— Govan Whittles #FREEJULIANASSANGE (@van1go) June 22, 2022
Zondo: We also deal with the evidence of the president as the president of the country and we deal with the evidence of the ANC and the Waterkloof Airforce Base landing. #StateCaptureReport— Govan Whittles #FREEJULIANASSANGE (@van1go) June 22, 2022
President Ramaphosa makes his remarks. "State Capture was an assault on our democracy. It violated the rights of every man woman and child in this country."— Govan Whittles #FREEJULIANASSANGE (@van1go) June 22, 2022
Ramaphosa: The report is much more than a record of corruption in South Africa but it is also an instrument that South Africans can use to ensure this State Capture does not happen again. #StateCaptureReport— Govan Whittles #FREEJULIANASSANGE (@van1go) June 22, 2022