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Gwede Mantashe laments that the Zondo commission did not act within its ‘bounds and limits’ in reaching its recommendations against him, but scrutinised his own personal conduct. Photo: Gallo images / jeffrey abrahams
Gwede Mantashe laments that the Zondo commission did not act within its ‘bounds and limits’ in reaching its recommendations against him, but scrutinised his own personal conduct. Photo: Gallo images / jeffrey abrahams

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Mineral Resources and Energy Minister Gwede Mantashe has gone to court to challenge the damning state capture findings against him.

He is taking legal action against Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who chaired the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture, in his quest to prove that the commission had acted beyond its mandate when it recommended that he be investigated for corruption because Bosasa had installed security cameras at his three houses.

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