We are saying to the corruptors we will protect our government, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema said after the release of the much anticipated State capture report.

Malema said he was now coming after National Prosecuting Authority head Shaun Abrahams and SARS Commissioner Tom Moyane.

“We don’t want [President Jacob] Zuma; we don’t want Abrahams. Tom Moyane must also go. All those corrupt individuals must go.”

Malema said should Zuma not resign, the EFF would take further action.

Democratic Alliance leader Mmusi Maimane said that Wednesday marked a turning point in the country.

“Today we look forward to the report. It’s a turning point in South Africa and Zuma must account… Our simple request is that Zuma must go.”

The state capture report investigated possible influences by the Guptas in Cabinet appointments. It was released on Thursday evening.

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