The findings of an investigation into corruption allegations against South Africa’s President Jacob Zuma have been released.
In the report, former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela recommends Mr Zuma should establish a judicial commission of inquiry with 30 days.
The ANC leader is accused of an improper relationship with wealthy businessmen.
Mr Zuma had tried to block the release of the report.
But he dropped his court bid on Wednesday, with his office releasing a statement revealing the decision was made “in the interest of justice and speedy resolution of the matter”.