Members of the Black First Land First organisation are to hold talks with Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane on Thursday.
They hope to discuss issues initially raised with former public protector Thuli Madonsela, but which had not been addressed by the time she left office in October 2016.
These included white monopoly capital’s alleged theft of R26-billion, and its capture of the state. The organisation claimed Richemont chairperson Johann Rupert and Barclays Africa CEO Maria Ramos were some of the people involved in this.
The group’s leader, Andile Mngxitama, previously accused Madonsela of undermining black people. He led demonstrations to Madonsela's Pretoria office and a sit-in and a march outside the premises on her final day in office in October last year.
Mkhwebane's office confirmed that talks would take place on Thursday.