The South African judiciary committee officially handed over the first part of the report to President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday following an investigation into corruption during the administration of former President Jacob Zuma, the Minister of the Cabinet said yesterday.
This study was established to investigate high-level transplant allegations during Zuma’s power period from 2009 to 2018.
Zuma denies cheating.
The allegations made to Zuma in the investigation were that his nearby businessmen (Brothers Atule, Ajay, and Rajesh Gupta) allowed him to plunder the state’s resources and influence policy. Includes “national capture” to blame.
The Guptas, who also denied cheating, left South Africa after Zuma was banished in February 2018.
Zuma’s second-largest place, Rama Poza, from May 2014 to take over, made the fight against corruption a pillar of the president, but opposition criticized him as too little to stop corruption on his behalf.
The Justice Commission was planning to submit the first part of the three-part report by the end of December, but the Minister respected the seven-day memorial period for Archbishop Desmond Tutu, who died on Sunday. He said it was postponed.
Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison for not cooperating with the investigation.
He was imprisoned in July and released on parole in September.
Since then, the High Court has ruled that he should return to prison.
Zuma is appealing for that decision.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/707227/Ramaphosa-to-get-report-on-Zuma-corruption-inquiry Rama Poza receives report on Zuma’s corruption investigation