State capture inquiry

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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Moment of truth for Zuma at state capture inquiry

Former president Jacob Zuma will finally make an appearance at the state capture inquiry from Monday to Friday. He was forced to appoint the commission by former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela after she’d investigated the Guptas’ alleged influence on him. But Zuma insists there was no state capture. Madonsela’s 2016[…]

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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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Hawks accused of withholding info at State Capture Inquiry

Themba Maseko’s testimony to the commission that in preparation for the inquiry he struggled to get information from the Hawks. The Hawks have come under the spotlight in the State Capture Inquiry underway in Parktown, Johannesburg. Several witnesses have implicated the police’s elite unit in their testimony. Evidence leader Vincent[…]

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Hawks to announce on their submissions into State Capture Inquiry

This comes after former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas accused Major-General Zinhle Mnonopi of trying to deliberately sabotage the investigation into the Guptas’ alleged attempt to bribe him. Jonas testified before the commission in Parktown, Johannesburg, on Friday. Parliament’s Portfolio Committee on Police has since called for an urgent investigation[…]

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State capture inquiry requests Zuma to testify

The Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC) says it is in former President Jacob Zuma’s best interest to voluntarily appear before the State of Capture Inquiry rather than wait to be forced to testify. The Inquiry begins on Monday in Parktown Johannesburg with high-profile witnesses expected[…]

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