Findings made by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's 'State of Capture' report include potential ethical violations and conflicts of interest in President Jacob Zuma's conduct and potential violation of the Executive Ethics Code by sharing information about the appointment of ministers with the Gupta family.
How the Guptas 'Captured' South Africa
Deutsche Welle, 8 November 2016
South Africa's president Jacob Zuma faces a vote of no-confidence on Thursday. It follows the release of a damning report about his links with the Guptas, an Indian business… Read more »
Some Do Not Want the Truth to Come Out - Madonsela
News24Wire, 8 November 2016
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela on Monday night declined to comment after the ANC Youth League called her a drama queen and said she needed to "rest in peace". Read more »
What You Need to Know About State Capture Report
GroundUp, 3 November 2016
Zuma, the Executive and the Gupta family have troubling questions to answer about cabinet appointments as well as a dodgy Eskom deal - and this is just the beginning Read more »
Top: Title image of the 'State of Capture' report. Bottom-left: EFF supporters protest in Church Square, Pretoria. Bottom-right: File photo of Atul Gupta and President Jacob Zuma.
#StateCaptureReport - Key Players, Violations and What's Next
News24Wire, 3 November 2016
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela on Wednesday released a 355-page "state capture" report she compiled while still in office. Here is a summary of who was involved, what may… Read more »
#statecapturereport - SABC 'Contract' With Guptas Will Be Probed in Next Phase - Madonsela
News24Wire, 2 November 2016
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says in the state capture report that allegations that the SABC entered into contracts with the Gupta-owned The New Age newspaper will be… Read more »
Zuma Brings Shame to SA - ANC Veterans
President Jacob Zuma is at the centre of questionable behaviour that is dogging South Africa and ruining the name of the African National Congress, party veteran Cheryl Carolus… Read more »
#StateCaptureReport Evidence Without Participation of Gupta Family - Lawyer
The Gupta family lawyer says the state capture report did not give his clients an opportunity to present evidence or comment. Read more »
Minister Des Van Rooyen On Public Protector's Report
Govt of SA, 3 November 2016
Minister Des van Rooyen noted the report of the public protector released today (2 November 2016) as ordered by the court. The Minister and his legal team will study the report in… Read more »
Presidency On Court Decision On Public Protector's Report
Govt of SA, 2 November 2016
President Jacob Zuma launched an application in the North Gauteng High Court seeking to interdict the Public Protector from publishing an interim report pursuant to an… Read more »
#StateCaptureReport - Guptas Considered Treasury a 'Stumbling Block'
The Treasury was a "stumbling block" to the Guptas' business ambitions and the family asked Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas to sack its director general, according to former… Read more »
#StateCaptureReport - Madonsela Tried Repeatedly to Get Zuma's Input
The presidency wanted former public protector Thuli Madonsela to hold off on her "State of Capture" report because President Jacob Zuma's diary was too full. Read more »
#StateCaptureReport - the Key Questions Asked During the Investigation
Former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela used an inquiry process to investigate the influence of the Gupta family on the state. Read more »
State Capture Report a 'Victory for the Constitution'
DA, 2 November 2016
As one of the two original complainants in the matter, I have today received a copy of the Public Protector's report into State Capture in South Africa, entitled "State of Capture"… Read more »
The long-awaited State Capture report by former public prosecutor Thuli Madonsela has been published, and found "possible evidence of corruption" at top government levels. The ... Read more »
President Jacob Zuma has withdrawn his bid to oppose the release of a public protector report which investigated alleged links between the Gupta family and government officials. Read more »
Supporters of the Economic Freedom Fighters and the Democratic Alliance have gathered outside the North Gauteng High Court in protest against President Jacob Zuma's application to ... Read more »
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