Zondo’s actions against Zuma are unwarranted

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 Former president Jacob Zuma at the commission of inquiry into state capture. Picture: FelIx Dlangamandla
Former president Jacob Zuma at the commission of inquiry into state capture. Picture: FelIx Dlangamandla

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It was not wholly unexpected when we woke up one day recently confronted with an attempt to cast aspersions on the integrity of Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo and his suitability to preside over the state capture inquiry.

It was probably a long time coming.

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