Retired Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo has presented the Section 89 report to The Speaker of Parliament, Ms Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula.
The National Assembly will consider and adopt a resolution on the report of the Section 89 Independent Panel into President Cyril Ramaphosa’s conduct on Tuesday next week.
Mapisa-Nqakula made the announcement during the handover on Wednesday.
The panel investigated whether there is sufficient evidence to show that President Cyril Ramaphosa violated any grounds of impeachment set out in Section 89 of the Constitution linked to his conduct related to a robbery at his Phala Phala game farm in 2020.
“The report will be communicated to members of Parliament through the next publication of the Announcements, Tabling and Committee Reports tonight. We have set aside the 6th of December for consideration by the National Assembly.
“The role of the National Assembly pertaining to this report is articulated in the rules. The House will consider the report, its findings and recommendations and adopt a resolution through a simple majority vote whether a further action by the House is necessary or not,” she said.
Ngcobo, the Chairperson of the Section 89 Independent Panel, emphasised that the panel followed the mandate set out by the National Assembly (NA) to the letter during its investigation.
The other members of the panel were Judge Thokozile Masipa and Advocate Mahlape Sello.