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Vol 60 No 15

Published 26th July 2019

South Africa

Zuma blusters at Zondo

The former President failed to convince at the state capture commission, but Ramaphosa took hits from another quarter

The African National Congress breathed a collective sigh of relief – party insiders said – when the questioning of former President Jacob Zuma, who is facing multiple corruption allegations, was halted after he reached a behind-the-scenes deal with the presiding judge. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, leading the 'state capture' commission, agreed Zuma could return at a future date and give answers to a set of written questions.

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