Ramaphosa has already received the primary two elements of the file, however ACJ Zondo says the very last file, which is 1 500 pages lengthy, is some distance from prepared, less than weeks earlier than it's miles due to be despatched to the Presidency.
“This is regrettable but that is because of a number of of things, such as the fact that the Chairperson had to make an effort to put together for his JSC interview for Chief Justice and to relaxation after that interview. As well as the fact that he wishes greater time to undergo further files on positive topics submitted to him and that some of people who are assisting him with documents, referring to the Report have wished greater time to complete them or will submit them too close to the cut-off date or will need past the give up of February to submit them,” said Professor Itumeleng Mosala, the Secretary of the Commission stated in a statement.
ZONDO WANTS EXTENSION FOR FINAL STATE CAPTURE REPORT
Justice Raymond Zondo has already requested the Gauteng High Court for a two-month extension of the State Capture Commission’s time period. But Zondo has given assurance that a report will be on President Cyril Ramaphosa’s desk, albeit it incomplete.
Zondo says if the extension is granted, the Commission will post the balance of its file either on the cease of April or part of it at the stop of March and the closing element on the cease of April 2022.
“In conclusion it is hoped that every one concerned will appreciate that the Report that the Commission may have delivered to the President with the aid of the give up of February will, by using any requirements, be a large record,” Prof Mosala said.
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