The Public Protector said on Friday it wanted President Cyril Ramaphosa to submit a plan to Parliament on how the recommendations from the State Capture Commission of Inquiry will be implemented.
Commission chairperson Chief Justice Raymond Zondo handed over the final part of the report to Ramaphosa on Wednesday night.
The Public Protector welcomed the conclusion of the Commission’s work and pointed out that the Commission was a product of a 2016 Public Protector investigation report.
The Public Protector wants to be kept informed of all the implemented recommendations and hopes to monitor the progress of this from reports submitted by Parliament and the Presidency.
The Public Protector’s office has sent Ramaphosa a letter requesting copies of the Commission’s report in full.