'If members of the media need any information about the report ... the office has the ‘institutional memory’ to explain all of that' The State of Capture report is the “property” of the Office of the Public Protector and any questions about it should only be directed to it‚ Busisiwe Mkhwebane said in a statement on Thursday night.“… Mkhwebane would like to that the ‘State of Capture’ report is the property of the Public Protector as an institution‚” it said.“If members of the media need any information about the report‚ including how it was released and how the investigation was done‚ the office has the ‘institutional memory’ to explain all of that.“I took over the office with all its successes and failures. That is why I went to Parliament to present an annual report that was not prepared by me.”Her office said she is happy to receive specific questions on anything to do with the report and the investigation that preceded it.Former public protector Thuli Madonsela said‚ just after ...

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