Tracking the Implementation of the State Capture Commission Recommendations
In June 2017, Parliament directed 4 committees to investigate state capture.
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In November 2017, Former Public Protector Adv. Thuli Madonsela recommended that Former President Zuma should appoint a commission of inquiry into state capture.
In January 2018, the State Capture Commission was formally established to begin its investigations.
In August 2018, the first hearings took place and the final hearing was held in December 2021, after receiving eight extensions.
In June 2022, Chief Justice Zondo published and handed over the final tranche of the State Capture Commission reports to President Ramaphosa.
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In October 2022, the President submitted the Executive's Implementation Plan to Parliament. You can read it here.
In November 2022, Parliament began formally and substantially processing the Zondo Report. The NA Rules Committee convened and adopted a 31-page Implementation Plan to deal with the Commission’s recommendations. You can read it here.
In August 2022, PMG published a review of parliamentary oversight in light of State Capture and the Zondo Report. You can read it here.
In June 2023, PMG published a follow-up review of the 2022 report to give an account of what Parliament had done since Chief Justice Zondo released his findings and recommendations and presented views on how the institution can strengthen its oversight processes, specifically those related to the committee system. You can read it here.
At the end of June 2023, Speaker Mapisa-Nqakula presented a progress report on Parliament's implementation of the State Capture Commission's recommendations. You can find it here.
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