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Jacob Zuma to remain in hospital

LOCAL Correctional Services says former President Jacob Zuma will remain in hospital. Zuma who was serving a 15 month jail sentence for contempt of court after ignoring a Constitutional Court order to appear before the State Capture Commission was granted medical parole on Sunday because of ill-health. He was admitted[…]

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State Capture Commission announces dates for Zuma to appear

The Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture on Friday issued a statement confirming Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s call for former president Jacob Zuma to appear. The commission has reserved 18-22 January, and 15-19 February 2021, for Zuma’s appearance. Two summonses were served on Zuma last week and[…]

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Zondo to lay criminal charge against Dudu Myeni for outing Mr X

The chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, announced on Friday that a criminal complaint against former South African Airways (SAA) board chair Dudu Myeni would be lodged for revealing the identity of a witness. Zondo had earlier instructed that the person’s identity[…]

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Zuma to take Zondo’s refusal to recuse himself on review

Former president Jacob Zuma is taking on review Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s decision to preside over the State Capture Commission when Zuma appears before it. Zondo refused Zuma’s request that he recuse himself from the Commission on Thursday. He rejected the former president’s claims that they are friends and[…]

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Cedric Frolick to appear before State Capture Commission

The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in Johannesburg will on Friday hear Bosasa related testimony from ANC MP Cedric Frolick. He was implicated before the State Capture Commission of Inquiry. Bosasa has featured prominently in testimony at the commission implicating several high-ranking officials. Frolick allegedly received a monthly retainer[…]

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Former Ministers implicated in corruption

Koroneka Trading and Projects Director Babadi Tlatsana has implicated former ministers, Lynne Brown and Dipuo Peters in corruption. Tlatsana concluded her testimony at the State Capture Commission in Johannesburg on Saturday afternoon. In a tape recording, allegedly between SA Express GM Brian Van Wyk and Tlatsana, Tlatsana explains how money[…]

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State Capture Inquiry to resume on Friday

The State Capture Commission is expected to hear the evidence from Eskom officials, Gert Opperman and Johann Bester, on Friday morning in Parktown, Johannesburg. Earlier this week, Snehal Nagar of Eskom’s Primary Energy Division said that Eskom’s payment system had to be manipulated in order to make a controversial R600-million[…]

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Human Rights Commission tackles Agrizzi over k-word rant

The Human Rights Commission says it intends to initiate legal proceedings against Angelo Agrizzi in the Equality Court. This follows his testimony at the state capture commission in which he admitted to using racial slurs. He also admitted to being a “racist”. In the audio clip played at the inquiry,[…]

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