The Organisation Undoing Tax Abuse (Outa) says it will deliver a “compelling” document detailing the extent of South Africa's alleged state capture to Parliament on Wednesday.
Outa says the move aims to ensure Parliamentarians have been well informed ahead of the vote on a motion of no confidence in President Jacob Zuma.
Outa's Wayne Duvenage says they have "connected the dots" of state capture.
He chats to CapeTalk's Koketso Sachane about the report.
While a great deal of the information is public knowledge, Duvenhage says it has not been laid out clearly.
What was missing was a compelling document that was structured in such a way that you could literally take it to court and prove in court with all the evidence, the facts, the timelines, the events.— Wayne Duvenage, Outa
He says that has been missing in Parliament when it comes time for MPs to vote.
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