BREAKING: Madonsela recommends judicial inquiry into state capture

2016-11-02 15:55
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Cape Town - Former public protector Thuli Madonsela has instructed President Jacob Zuma to appoint a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture.

Chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng must decide which judge should head the commission.

That is the main finding of Madonsela’s 355-page report titled “State of Capture” into allegations of improper influence by the Gupta family over Zuma and his family.

The North Gauteng High Court ordered the release of the report on Wednesday.

Follow News24 for rolling coverage of the report’s findings.

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