Madonsela’s regret: I should have been harder on Zuma

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Thuli Madonsela (Lerato Maduna, Netwerk24)
Thuli Madonsela (Lerato Maduna, Netwerk24)

Johannesburg - Former public protector Thuli Madonsela says she should have taken a harder stance against President Jacob Zuma in her report on state capture.

Key findings in the report on the links between government officials and the the Gupta family, friends of Zuma, include allegations of attempted bribery and frequent contact between the family and key government officials.

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