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State capture report will see the light of day - Zak Yacoob

Struggle stalwart and former Justice of the Constitutional Court, Zak Yacoob says President Jacob Zuma and Des van Rooyen, Minister of Cooperative Governance and Traditional Affairs, are ill advised in trying to stop Thuli Madonsela's state capture report being released.

Yacoob says the report will be released one way or the other and everyone will get to know what's inside, whether it is delayed by two or three weeks.

This is just a stunt which has no impact and have no effect on anything, it is a waste of tax resources

Justice Zak Yacoob, former justice of the Constitutional Court

Responding to Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan being charged with corruption by the NPA and some ANC members coming out in support of Gordhan, Yacoob says the support for Gordhan shows that there are anti-corruption forces withing the ANC.

He says Jacob Zuma and his forces represents corruption and violence within the ANC and the sooner they stop, the better.

The voices of good as opposed to the voices of corruption are beginning to consolidate themselves and it can only be a good thing for the ANC.

Justice Zak Yacoob, former justice of the Constitutional Court

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