Zuma lodges complaint over leaked recording of Public Protector interview

2016-11-07 15:20
President Jacob Zuma. (AFP)

President Jacob Zuma. (AFP)

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Cape Town – President Jacob Zuma’s office has lodged a complaint with the Public Protector’s office over leaked audio recordings of his interview with Thuli Madonsela.

This, after the audio recording of Zuma and Madonsela’s interview on state capture was made public.

Madonsela’s report was released after a court order, and the recordings were apparently leaked to eNCA.

"The Presidency has sought clarity from the Office of the Public Protector on the policy of the institution regarding the release of audio recordings of interviews conducted during the course of investigations," spokesperson Bongani Ngqulunga said.

Read more on:    public protector  |  jacob zuma  |  thuli madonsela  |  state capture report

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