Government's Gupta plane landing report does not conclusively suggest that Christine Anderson and Bruce Koloane will face criminal charges.
The report contains the findings of a team of directors general from the security cluster departments, including the departments of justice and correctional services. Justice Minister Jeff Radebe announced some of the report's findings at a media briefing on Sunday. The full report was released on Wednesday.
The two have been suspended from their respective jobs pending the outcome of internal disciplinary hearings. Speculation is rife that they are taking the fall for what their superiors must have known about. South African National Defence Force Union spokesperson Pikkie Greeff said as much in a statement released in early May.
It also exonerates Zuma, his ministers and other members of the executive from involvement in the debacle. The inference is that none of the executive were aware of, or gave explicit permission, for their names to be "dropped" in order to secure the landing.