The key takeout is that Jacob Zuma failed to act. He therefore broke his oath of office and may have broken the Prevention of Corruption Act. The President has a duty to investigate.— Stephen Grootes
The ANC is looking down the barrel of losing its majority. It’s going to get worse and worse and worse.— Stephen Grootes
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield spoke to EWN reporters Stephen Grootes, Mandy Wiener and Gia Nicolaides.
Whitfield asked them to look at the different sections of the 355-page report into state capture.
Listen to the explanation in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
There are no findings in the report.— Stephen Grootes
Des van Rooyen was at the Gupta home seven days in a row before he became the finance minister.— Stephen Grootes
Eskom forced Optimum out of business to the benefit of the Gupta-owned Tegeta.— Stephen Grootes
Madonsela realised she could not complete the investigations. She’s now given it to Mogoeng Mogoeng.— Stephen Grootes
There could now be six months of people testifying in public about what had happened.— Stephen Grootes
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