Madonsela meeting with Zuma tomorrow over Gupta state capture

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela will interview President Jacob Zuma tomorrow in the final leg of her investigation into "state capture”.

Madonsela is investigating whether the President allowed members of the Gupta family to play the role in the appointment of ministers and board members of state owned enterprises.

She says she will provide reports on all current investigations before she leaves office at the end of this month.

On this one we have already indicated that it will be a two phase investigation. The report will indicate the remedial action I am taking to take the process forward.

Thuli Madonsela, Public Protector

Asked about SABC's decision to review Public Protector's report, Madonsela says her office will oppose the application.

She says she has written to the SABC requesting minutes of the board session where the matter was discussed.

Madonsela says her office have not received any court papers regarding the review of her report.

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