State of capture report

Jacob Zuma wants to appeal the judgment ordering him to pay R10-million in legal costs related to his failed challenge of the State of Capture report.
But former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela says the inquiry must keep to the scope of her investigation.
Thuli Madonsela says the inquiry must continue the work of the Public Protector's office.
The president will have to pay R6-million, if the DA's calculations are correct.
Pravin Gordhan says South Africa will emerge from the current crisis.
The High Court in Pretoria will hand down judgement in the case on Wednesday.
President Jacob Zuma says Thuli Madonsela's report on state capture is being used as a political tool.
The much-anticipated probe takes place against the backdrop of former public protector Thuli Madonsela’s 'State of Capture' report.