Acting Chief Justice and Chair of the Commission of State Capture Raymond Zondo hands over part 1 of the State Capture Report to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Picture: THULANI MBELE
Acting Chief Justice and Chair of the Commission of State Capture Raymond Zondo hands over part 1 of the State Capture Report to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Picture: THULANI MBELE
Acting Chief Justice and Chair of the Commission of State Capture Raymond Zondo hands over part 1 of the State Capture Report to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Picture: THULANI MBELE
Acting Chief Justice and Chair of the Commission of State Capture Raymond Zondo hands over part 1 of the State Capture Report to President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Union Buildings in Pretoria. Picture: THULANI MBELE

President Cyril Ramaphosa received and published the first part of three of the state capture inquiry report on Tuesday.

During a briefing earlier in the day, Ramaphosa said his government had chosen “transparency and accountability” in immediately making the report available to the public.

The investigation, which spanned three years of public hearings and cost over R1bn, focused on gross public-sector corruption during Jacob Zuma’s presidency.

Read the full report below:

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