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Democracy in Action approaches Court to Stop The Release of State Capture Report to President Ramaphosa

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the commission’s chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice (DCJ) Raymond Zondo

Democracy in Action (DIA) is approaching the Johannesburg High court on urgent bases to stop the release of the State Capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa. DIA says in their view the President is conflicted and was also implicated by some witnesses during the enquiry.

“We have written numerous letters to the State Capture Commission , the most recent was on the 20th December 2021 to no avail from the commission about the legal permissibility of handing over of the report of the commission to President Ramaphosa”says, Democracy in Action in a Statement

“It is our considered view that the court is the only final arbiter on this matter, Our Lawyers are busy finalizing papers to court”

Meanwhile, Commission chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, has recently explained the commission will deliver the report in three tranches, Part I of the report to the President before the end of December, Part II before the end of January 2022 and Part III before the end of February 2022..

According to Zondo, the commission has further applied to the High Court to have its term extended to enable the delivery of the reports next year.

Zondo assured that no additional money will be spent to fulfil this extension.

HERE IS THE STATEMENT BY DEMOCRACY IN ACTION:

Democracy in Action (DIA) is approaching the Johannesburg High court on urgent bases to stop the release of the State Capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa.
Democracy in Action (DIA) is approaching the Johannesburg High court on urgent bases to stop the release of the State Capture report to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

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