The Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, currently underway in Parktown in Johannesburg, has been hearing a presentation on the reports which have been submitted as part of the inquiry.
The head of the State of Capture Inquiry, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, has outlined the inquiry’s terms of reference in Parktown, Johannesburg.
The hearings into the allegations of state capture in South Africa will begin on Monday morning in Parktown Johannesburg.
Parliament says it’s satisfied that it’s done all it could to get answers on alleged state capture within government, this, on the eve of the start of the Commission of Inquiry into state capture led by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
The State Capture inquiry has been extended by nearly two years.
There are growing concerns that the decision by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to request for an extension of the sitting of the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into allegations of state capture, could prolong the process to unmask and punish those guilty of aiding and abetting acts of looting of public resources.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says the State Capture hearing will start in August.
President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office said on Friday he has amended the rules of the commission of inquiry into state capture to make testimony before it admissible in criminal proceedings, with the exception of where a witness may incriminate him or herself.
James Hamill considers the decision by Shaun Abrahams, head of South Africa’s NPA, to charge former president Jacob Zuma.