President Jacob Zuma’s legal team has withdrawn his bid to halt the release of the Public Protector's highly anticipated state capture report.
Sources are reporting that President Jacob Zuma is expected to withdraw his application to interdict the report, Zuma counsel says her instructions are to withdraw the application.

our political parties and a former African National Congress (ANC) MP were also set to argue for the release of the report.

The court wasexpected to hear arguments in the urgent interdict case which was todetermine if the report is released to the public.
On Tuesday, a panel of judges ruled a grouping of opposition parties and former African National Congress Member of Parliament Vytjie Mentor can intervene in the case as respondents.
However, after a full day in court, the merits of the case weren't dealt with.
President Zuma’s legal team has argued that he has the right to interview witnesses who submitted evidence in the state capture investigation and answer questions that were put to him by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela.