JOHANNESBURG Dec 15 South Africa's President
Jacob Zuma has received the final report submitted by a watchdog
investigating allegations of misconduct of the suspended
national police commissioner, his office said on Thursday.
Zuma launched an investigation into Riah Phiyega's role in
the 2012 killing of 34 miners by officers during a violent
wildcat strike over pay at the Marikana mine run by platinum
producer Lonmin .
She was suspended by Zuma last year pending an inquiry into
allegations of misconduct.
"President Zuma will study the report and its
recommendations in order to take any necessary action," the
president's office said in a statement.
A newspaper reported on Dec. 4 that the watchdog has
recommended that Phiyega be dismissed, but there has been no
official confirmation of the claim.
(Reporting by Nqobile Dludla; Editing by James Macharia)