Duduzane Zuma back for second day at State Capture Commission

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Businessman Duduzane Zuma will on Tuesday continue with his testimony at the State Capture Commission in Parktown, Johannesburg.

Former President Jacob Zuma’s son will be appearing for the second day to respond to allegations that were leveled against him by several witnesses at the commission.

One of the witnesses is former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, who testified that Duduzane introduced him to the controversial Gupta brothers in 2015.

He was allegedly offered a R600 000 cash payment and a total payment of R600 million to become Finance Minister.

On Tuesday Zuma told the commission that there was nothing untoward in meeting with Jonas at the Gupta home, and that Jonas was aware of where the meeting was.

He says: “He knew where we were going, and who we were going to meet, and why.”

What Duduzane Zuma’s testimony from Monday: