An investigation into South Africa's President Jacob Zuma has found evidence of possible corruption at the top level of his government.
In the report, former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela recommends Mr Zuma establish a judicial commission of inquiry within 30 days. Mr Zuma is accused of an improper relationship with wealthy businessmen.
The 355-page report by anti-corruption chief Thuli Madonsela is entitled "State of Capture" and is illustrated on its front page with a hand strung with puppet wires.
One of Africa’s most powerful women, Advocate Madonsela joined One Young World in Ottawa last month to discuss the role young people can play in creating societies that reject corruption.