Court orders release of state capture report by 5pm today, but arrived early

Read the state capture report here.

The Pretoria High Court has ordered the Public Protector to release the state capture report by no later than 5pm today.

This morning President Jacob Zuma abandoned his attempt to halt and postpone the release of the report.

On Tuesday the High Court in Pretoria ruled that The Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF), Congress of the People (Cope), Democratic Alliance (DA), United Democratic Movement (UDM) and former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor could intervene in Zuma's legal bid to interdict the release of the Public Protector's state capture report.

The court also struck off the roll the application by Minister Des van Rooyen due to lack of urgency.

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State capture report is here

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The tug of war over the state capture report was settled in court and judges ruled that it should be released for all. Read it here.