Friday 25 November 2016 This just in: President Jacob Zuma is to go to court to have Thuli Madonsela's report on state capture (Title: State of Capture) invalidated.The report found that there was sufficient evidence of a web of interests which reached from Zuma through his family business interests to those of the Gutpa family to warrant a judicial inquiry.She recommended that a judge - recommended by Constitutional Court Chief Justice, Mogoeng Mogoeng - be appointed to take the inquiry forward.Zuma contests that Madonsela had to the right to limit his power to appoint a judicial commission by involving the chief justice.Zuma has also claimed that the report was "unfair" to him because he was not given a proper opportunity to respond."The president has considered and also sought legal advice on the contents of the report as well as the remedial action to be taken," spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga said."The legal advice given and which advice has been accepted by the President is to tak...

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