The current deadline for the State Capture Inquiry is just six weeks away. But that’s likely to change to the 31st of December this year.
Next month, the North Gauteng High Court will hear an application for an extension. If successful, the lifespan of the commission will increase by ten months.
Originally, the Public Protector set down an inquiry into state capture lasting 180 days.
Last year, the Chairperson secured an extension of 24 months. Government has already spent more than R356-million rand on the inquiry.
In other news – Rasta has called on Mzansi for help with sending his daughters to school
While many were excited to be taking their kids back to school on Wednesday, well-known funeral painter Lebani “Rasta” Sirenje is praying for an intervention to allow his children to attend school this year.
A heartbroken Rasta told TshisaLIVE that his two daughters can’t go to school because they have no stationary or school shoes. Read more