State Capture Inquiry | Parliament to receive report in four months - Ramaphosa

eNCA's Govan Whittles is following this story. Courtesy #DStv403


JOHANNESBURG - The full state capture report will be presented to Parliament within the next four months, according to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

Ramaphosa says he will also present his response to its findings and recommendations.

READ: Final chapter of state capture report delivered

Part 5 of the state capture report was handed over by Commission chairperson, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, to the president on Wednesday.

READ: Zondo: There is still corruption to be uncovered

“The submission of the final report brings an end to the work of the commission and marks the heavy mandate given to Zondo in January 2018.

"Within four months I will present to Parliament the full report of the Commission together with an indication of my intentions on the implementation of the Commission's recommendations," Ramaphosa said.


The latest and final part of the state capture report has been released - at last. The nearly 2,000-page document details - among others - corruption allegations within rail agency PRASA, the SABC, and the State Security Agency. Investigative journalist Sam Sole from AmaBhungane and legal expert Elton Hart discussed this with eNCA's Sally Burdett and Govan Whittles reports. Courtesy of #DStv403


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