Zondo outlines the new strategy for attempting to meet the commission’s 2021 deadline

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When public hearings before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture resume at either the end of June or the beginning of July a different method of providing testimony will be implemented in an attempt by the commission to meet its deadline of March 2021.
When public hearings before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture resume at either the end of June or the beginning of July a different method of providing testimony will be implemented in an attempt by the commission to meet its deadline of March 2021.

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When public hearings before the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture resume at either the end of June or the beginning of July – after restrictions on activities due to the national lockdown against the spread of the Covid-19 coronavirus – a different method of providing testimony will be implemented in an attempt by the commission to meet its deadline of March 2021.

This was revealed by commission chairperson Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo during a media briefing on Wednesday afternoon.

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