Mayhem and corruption: A tale of two commissions

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Several incidences after the release of the first state capture report indicate what we can expect when the final report is released. Photo: Reuters
Several incidences after the release of the first state capture report indicate what we can expect when the final report is released. Photo: Reuters

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The Seriti commission’s report of its inquiry into the 1999 arms deal, which cost R137 million, was handed over to former president Jacob Zuma in 2016.

The commission found no evidence of corruption during the deal. Acting Chuef Justice Raymond Zondo would hand over the first of his three reports to President Cyril Ramaphosa in early January six years later.

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