Committee chair Hlomani Chauke said: “In principle‚ the decision to hold a full inquiry still holds. What the committee is awaiting is comprehensive information on the matter. The information required is with the Department of Home Affairs and dates back to the initial application in 1995.

“The report will also include recommendation on the format that the inquiry must take. We will receive this report during the next session of Parliament‚ which is scheduled for August 2018.”

Other information would include the apparent “corporate social responsibility initiatives” the family had provided to support their application for “early naturalisation under exceptional circumstances”.

“The committee remains committed to dealing with the matter and laying bare all processes that were undertaken to ensure that all procedures within the department were followed‚” the statement said.





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