Johannesburg - As Ipid officials have approached the North Gauteng High Court to interdict the Public Protector's report regarding irregular appointments at the unit, Busisiwe Mkhwebane says she will not oppose the application.
Mkhwebane said it was standard for her office not to oppose interim order applications against her remedial action until a review application is heard and settled.
Ipid's head of investigations Matthews Sesoko filed papers at the high court on Wednesday to suspend Mkhwebane's remedial action.
Former Ipid head Robert McBride as pushed for the report to be reviewed by the courts.
The remedial action stems from a report she released in September which found that there were procurement irregularities at Ipid.