Investigators need time to study state capture report


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Amidst calls for swift action on the outcomes of the State Capture Commission, former NPA asset forfeiture head, Willie Hofmeyr says that investigators must have time to assess its findings.

He says that state capture had been run by “organised crime syndicates” and that arrests will take time.

Hofmeyr contends that the key players in these crimes must be fully assessed before any action is taken.

Meanwhile, former Government Communication and Information Services CEO, Mzwanele Manyi maintains that the State Capture Commission is captured.

The first of the Commission’s reports says that Manyi had facilitated the diversion of state funds to The New Age.

He has refuted the outcomes of this report.

Manyi contends that the Commission chair, Raymond Zondo had been pushing an agenda.

He says that this is evident in its apparent disregard for testimony that contradicted the mainstream perceptions of alleged state corruption.


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