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WATCH: Jacob Zuma testifies at state capture inquiry

15 July, 09:54 AM

Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to appear before the state capture commission of inquiry on Monday and the City of Johannesburg's metro police are ready for the crowds of supporters and detractors who are expected to arrive.

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On Sunday, Zuma tweeted a playful clip of himself limbering up with the "Zuma Must Fall" pointy-finger dance that protesters made famous during a march in April 2017 when he was called upon to resign.

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Zuma resigned as president on February 14, 2018.

However, the allegations against him of links to corruption, via the Guptas, have remained. He may use his appearance at the inquiry, headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, to respond to them.

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