The speaker of South Africa's parliament has received a report from a panel tasked to establish whether President Cyril Ramaphosa should face impeachment for allegedly covering up a crime.
The panel investigated the circumstances around an alleged cover-up of a robbery that took place at his private farm, Phala Phala, back in February 2020.
It handed over its report to Speaker Nosiviwe Mapisa-Nqakula at a televised event on Wednesday morning.
Ms Mapisa-Nqakula said that the report will be made public on 6 December, according to local media reports.
President Ramaphosa denies any wrongdoing. He previously "pledged his full co-operation to the investigation" and said he was happy to be held accountable.