No Mickey Mouse will stop 'state capture' report – Malema

2016-11-02 06:07
Julius Malema (Lisa Hnatowicz, Netwerk24)

Julius Malema (Lisa Hnatowicz, Netwerk24)

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WATCH: Outside court for PP state capture hearing

2016-11-01 09:49

The EFF and DA are applicants in a case to have the so-called state capture report released to the public.WATCH

Pretoria – EFF leader Julius Malema has praised the courts following an order that opposition parties can intervene in President Jacob Zuma’s bid to stop the release of the “state capture” report.

“The courts have demonstrated once more that our Constitution and the law do not have loopholes for criminals,” he told hundreds of supporters who had spent Tuesday demonstrating outside the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. 

“There will be no Mickey Mouse that is going to stop the report,” Malema said.

A full bench ruled that the EFF, Cope, UDM, and DA had vested interest in the investigation of the Gupta family’s alleged undue influence on President Jacob Zuma. 

The merits of Zuma’s changed application would be argued in court on Wednesday. 

The judges also struck off the roll Co-operative Governance Minister Des van Rooyen’s application for an interdict. 

 

Read more on:    eff  |  julius malema  |  jacob zuma  |  politics  |  state capture report

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