Previous public defender Thuli Madonsela has burdened previous president Jacob Zuma's arrangement to report boss equity Raymond Zondo to the Judicial Services Commission (JSC) over "unlawful remarks" in the state catch request report.
The fifth and last report was given to President Cyril Ramaphosa last week following a few deferrals.
The report found Zuma was at the focal point of a huge trick to catch the state to help the Gupta family and authorities who remained to benefit.
It suggested policing examine Zuma and his child Duduzane for their supposed jobs in state catch.
Talking at a media instructions after the report's delivery, representative for Zuma's establishment Mzwanele Manyi said the previous president will take the report on legal survey and report Zondo to the JSC for wrongdoing.
Manyi said Zuma had taught his lawful group, drove by advocate Dali Mpofu, to take Zondo's last state catch report on audit.
"The parts being taken on survey are the parts that allude to him, however he is saying these are products of a harmed tree, he is saying the entire situation is spoiled, unlawful and was off-base all along. It disregarded the constitution," said Manyi.
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Responding to the remarks, Madonsela said Zuma knew about his relationship with Zondo and didn't protest.
"We should not forget [former] president Zuma had an open door from 2016 to 2018 to survey the public defender order that the main equity select the state catch commission director yet decided not to do as such. He knew about his relationship with Zondo and didn't protest," said Madonsela.
"Could we at any point be taken into certainty on why [former] president Zuma selected then vice president equity Zondo to head the commission, realizing then they had what he viewed as a cozy relationship? For what reason did he not reveal this relationship to [former] boss equity Mogoeng,?" she inquired.
Madonsela said South Africans need to keep their eyes ready to guarantee equity for state catch.
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"Be careful with dead felines, SA. Keep your eyes ready to guarantee equity for state catch. This we owe to ourselves, one another, our kids and ages to come. In the event that we don't guarantee the state catch report is carried out, we have state catch 2 stacking," she said.
Zuma reduced most, if not all, connection with his own arrangement of Zondo as commission seat, saying his hand had been constrained.
"At the time president Zuma was not given a decision. Advocate Madonsela didn't give anyone any decision. She said in her report [former] president Zuma should not be the one choosing the appointed authority, even the adjudicator who should give him the name should give him one name," Manyi asserted.
"His hand was constrained into this thing. He was constrained, he didn't sign willfully. He realized this is overstepping the law. He knew the constitution of the nation doesn't permit this.
"He attempted to raise this and everyone was extremely worked up."
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