The South African presidency has received the second of a three-part report on investigations into corruption during the country’s former President, Jacob Zuma’s tenure. News24 reports that the Zondo Commission has found that Zuma should face corruption and racketeering probes for his role as a willing enabler of the plunder of Transnet. Separately, Eyewitness News reports that the state capture report has recommended that the law be changed to criminalise the abuse of public power. The third and final part of the report is due to be presented to South Africa’s presidency by the end of this month.