AS IT HAPPENED: Public Protector opposes Zuma's review

2017-06-19 10:45

During a media briefing held in Pretoria, Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane revealed that she will be opposing President Jacob Zuma's review concerning the State of Capture report.

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19 Jun 12:39
Mkhwebane on being captured by Zuma: "I'm captured by the Constitution, not by anyone, I'm here to serve South Africans."

19 Jun 12:38
"It is a case of doing our work and making sure that we serve SA. I am under pressure because of the backlog." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:38
"It is not pressure, it is a question of serving SA, I am here to serve. We have more than 4000 cases." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:37
WATCH: Mkhwebane on four #Gupta reports

19 Jun 12:33

Complaint by certain MP's against Treasury and other financial institutions:

"We are collating evidence." - Mkhwebane


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"That report is done and there's a closing report, the said complainant has even retired and is no longer implicated." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:21
WATCH: Mkhwebane on #StateCapture report: says they are opposing the President's review

19 Jun 12:21
"We have received one complaint lodged during 2013, regarding the Gupta landing, lodged by the DA." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:20
"This R1.125bn relates to the interest they have been accumulating over the years. They were benefiting 15%." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:18
"We are opposing the review by the President including Minister Zwane and Van Rooyen's applications." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:17
"The state of capture report, I said I was taking legal advice, we will be opposing the judicial review." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 12:17

19 Jun 12:16
Mkhwebane answers first round of questions

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WATCH: Mkhwebane ends by saying the reports will be available online by COB once the parties involved have been informed

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19 Jun 12:09
Mkhwebane recommends that SIU look into the CIEX matter. It must try and recover misappropriated public funds.

19 Jun 12:08
WATCH: Last report on whether govt and Reserve Bank failed to recover R3.2bn from Bankorp

19 Jun 12:07

19 Jun 12:04
Mkhwebane: CIEX investigated how Absa Bank allegedly benefited from Reserve Bank loans.

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"On Bapo, I found that the procurement process on construction of the palace was done without going on tender." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 11:57
"The improper prejudice was a result of alleged maladies in the D Account by the former Bapo Admin and Dept of Local Government." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 11:55
Mkhwebane investigated allegations of improper prejudice suffered by Bapo Ba Mogale community.

19 Jun 11:54
Mkhwebane: eThekwini Municipality, Social Development and the police failed the Glebelands Hostel residents.

19 Jun 11:53

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19 Jun 11:51
WATCH: Mkhwebane reads recommendations for Dept of Arts and culture case

19 Jun 11:51
"Social Development failed to fulfill its responsibility on the victims of Glebelands Hostel." - Mkhwebane

19 Jun 11:50
Mkhwebane: Finds that there was maladministration in the handling of the Glebelands issue in eThekwini Municipality.

19 Jun 11:47

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19 Jun 11:43
Mkhwebane continues to read her findings into the complaint against the Department of Arts and Culture.

19 Jun 11:42
Mkhwebane: The #GuptaLeaks reports are not among the four reports that are expected to be released today.

19 Jun 11:40

19 Jun 11:40
Mkhwebane reads findings in the matter involving the Dep of Arts and Culture.

19 Jun 11:39
Mkhwebane: Today's reports include a complaint against the Dep of Arts and Culture, Glebelands and SA Gov CIEX matter.

19 Jun 11:39
Mkhwebane says her office has received over a thousand service delivery complaints.

19 Jun 11:37

19 Jun 11:37
Mkhwebane: Various communities were visited around the country where people were living in squalor.

19 Jun 11:36
Mkhwebane will release four reports today bringing the total number 15.

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