President to receive Part 3 of state capture report

The second candidate for the chief justice position was before the judicial service commission today. Judge Mandisa Maya was asked if South Africa is ready for a female in the position. Meanwhile, part two of the state capture report has been released with a focus on state-owned enterprises Transnet and Denel. eNCA speaks to Power to truth anchor JJ Tabane for more. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The Presidency is expected to receive the third part of the state capture inquiry report on Monday.

It was initially meant to be the final report, but, the commission was granted an extension.

The final report will now be handed over at the end of April.

WATCH: State Capture Report | Presidency receives part two

Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said the inquiry still had to finalise some documents.

He also had to take time away from his work to prepare for the Chief Justice interviews.

READ: State capture report | Zondo asks for extended timetable

President Cyril Ramaphosa has already received the first two parts of the report.

The first two parts are concerned with SARS, SAA, and the Gupta-linked New Age newspaper.

The report already runs into about 3,000 pages of detailed analysis of evidence, findings and recommendations.


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