Zuma files second affidavit on state capture


South African President Jacob Zuma

South African President Jacob Zuma

JOHANNESBURG – President Zuma filed a second affidavit on Tuesday, asking Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane to confirm whether the state capture report compiled by her predecessor, advocate Thuli Madonsela, is final.

Zuma has also confirmed he was formally notified that he's an implicated person in the report on October 2.

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Mkhwebane has said she was open to including the president’s input in the report, pending the outcome of upcoming court proceedings.

A few weeks ago, the president filed an interdict, preventing Madonsela from releasing the report before she left office.

Zuma claimed he had not been given the opportunity to respond to Madonsela's questions.

Here's the full affidavit below.

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