Speaker has delivered 'state capture' report to new Public Protector

Amid some speculation today as to exactly where the former Public Protector's state capture report is, Public Protector senior communications manager, Oupa Segalwe, says the Public Protector Advocate Busisiswe Mkhwebane has received the report into state capture from the National Assembly Speaker Baleka Mbete.

Last Friday former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela had left the report with the Speaker for safe-keeping.

Listen to Segwale explaining about Mkhwebane's next action below....

Democratic Alliance has come out saying it wants Speaker to table full letter of instructions sent by Madonsela as to what should happen with the state capture report.

DA Chief Whip John Steenhuisen said the report was not meant to be submitted to the new Public Protector.

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