President Zuma has 30 days to appoint a judicial State Capture inquiry.
So said the Pretoria High Court on Wednesday.
The Court also ruled that former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela's remedial action must be implemented “as given”.
President Zuma must pay costs out of his own pocket.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Daniel Silke, Political Economy Analyst at Political Futures Consultancy.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for quotes from it).
Whoever is elected as leader of the ANC has to preside over the President of South Africa facing a very deep inquiry.— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
It adds to the complexity [of the election of a new ANC leader].— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
This poses an embarrassing problem for governance in South Africa.— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
You could get two centres of power…— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
This puts pressure on Jacob Zuma to vacate office earlier.— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
I don’t expect a sitting President to be thrown to the wolves…— Daniel Silke, Political Futures Consultancy
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