'Her unwarranted public attacks on the president‚ as happened in Stellenbosch on Thursday‚ are unbecoming and are not helpful' Former public protector Thuli Madonsela has “no further role to play” regarding the State of Capture report and “must step back and allow legal and constitutional processes to unfold unhindered”.In a strongly-worded statement issued after Zuma was backed by ANC MPs, who defeated a vote of no confidence in his leadership, the Presidency said it was “concerned about continuing public statements by … Madonsela on matters relating” to the probe that President Jacob Zuma had tried to interdict.“Her unwarranted public attacks on the president‚ as happened in Stellenbosch on Thursday‚ are unbecoming and are not helpful‚” it said in a statement.“It would be prudent‚ therefore‚ for the former public protector to step back and allow legal and constitutional processes to unfold unhindered.”Madonsela has this week defended the release of an audio recording of the inter...

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