947's special tribute to Advocate Thuli Madonsela

Public Protector Thuli Madonsela leaves the Office of the Public Protector with a bang and a song to accompany her departure.

In a special tribute to her, 947 producer Brad O' Regan did a re-make of Stan - a rap song by US rapper Eminem with British pop star, Dido.

Madonsela's term in office comes to an end on Friday 14th October 2016. She was expected to release her report on state capture today, however, President Jacob Zuma and Minister Des van Rooyen expressed their intention to apply for a court interdict against releasing the report.

It remains unknown if she will address the recent developments at her planned press conference later on Friday.

Listen to the song titled The Letter below:


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