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Zuma at state capture inquiry: Will he out more people?

Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to appear for a second day at the commission of inquiry into state capture on Tuesday and is likely to “out” more people. On Monday, Zuma, who had been implicated by several witnesses at the commission, told commission head Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo[…]

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It’s Z-Day at state capture inquiry for Jacob Zuma

Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to appear at the judicial commission of inquiry into allegations of state capture on Monday, with the City of Johannesburg’s metro police at the ready for the crowds of supporters and detractors who usually show up. “The JMPD’s role … is to monitor the[…]

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Public works tenders will be open to scrutiny: De Lille

In a move to curb corruption related to government leases, Minister of Public Works and Infrastructure Patricia de Lille has announced that all new tenders issued by her department will be “open for public scrutiny” – from the evaluation of tender documents to the adjudication. “We are dealing with public[…]

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State capture will continue if there are no consequences: Patel

Trade, Industry and Economic Development Minister Ebrahim Patel says corruption and capture of State institutions will not be rooted out if there are no consequences for the perpetrators. Patel was responding to questions from members of the Trade and Industry Committee in Parliament on the impact of corruption and state capture on[…]

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State Capture Inquiry to hear more on Guptas’ controversial landing

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is on Thursday expected to hear testimonies from three more witnesses about the Guptas’ controversial landing at the Waterkloof Air Force Base in 2013. The commission will hear testimony from the Department of International Relations and Cooperation’s Senior Foreign Affairs Assistant, William Matjila. On Wednesday,[…]

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