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Justice Raymond Mnyamezeli Mlungisi Zondo (Ray)

Date of Birth: 4 May 1960


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Lindiwe throws a designer hat in the ring

Before Ramaphosa finally entered the fray on 17 January two South African ministers two veteran ANC heavyweights and Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo roundly condemned Sisulu's intervention and demanded a withdrawal and apology...

Active Chief Justice Raymond Zondo said Sisulu's accusations were the 'worst insult ever levelled against the judiciary in democratic South Africa'...


Ill fares the ANC

President Cyril Ramaphosa has warned the African National Congress that a judicial commission headed by Acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo – which enjoys the support of the President and the ANC – will portray the ANC government as 'corrupt and incompetent' in a long-awaited report...


Glencore signals new virtue

South Africa's Commission of Inquiry into State Capture – known as the Zondo Commission after its head Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo – heard from the former CEO of South Africa's national electricity utility Brian Molefe in March...


Who runs Gauteng?

The DA claims that both Twala-Tau and Majola received shares in Capitec a South African bank from Regiments Capital a company closely linked to the infamous Gupta family which is at the centre of the long-running 'state capture' hearings being chaired by acting chief justice Raymond Zondo (AC Vol 58 No 22 Snagged by the Guptas' global reach)...

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Anatomy of a failed insurrection

In January several key witnesses at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture under the leadership of Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo heard testimony from key witnesses regarding the creation of an unaccountable structure within 'special operations' (AC Vol 62 No 4 The captured spies & Vol 62 No 12 More time for the truth)...


Relief as Zuma surrenders

He now starts a 15-month sentence for contempt of court after he failed to testify at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture chaired by Justice Raymond Zondo investigating the US$35 billion plunder of state resources during Zuma's presidency...

30 June: The State Capture Commission headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo winds up after hearing three years of testimony on corruption during Zuma's rule (AC Vol 62 No 12 More time for the truth)...


More time for the truth

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo's report on the Commission on State Capture promises to be the most important official document since the Truth and Reconciliation Commission catalogued atrocities under apartheid in a five-volume report published in 1998...


Magashule overplays his hand

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has presided over almost three years of sensational evidence exposing the extent depth and blatant nature of graft embezzlement kick-backs and looting of state funds (AC Vol 62 No 4 The captured spies & Vol 62 No 9 The battle over the bench)...

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