Carol Paton | Life after Zondo: What happens next?

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Fin24 writer-at-large Carol Paton.
Fin24 writer-at-large Carol Paton.
Liza van Deventer

The Zondo Commission has strengthened democracy from the bottom up, and the public is keenly aware of its right to accountability. Now, President Cyril Ramaphosa needs to show if his commitment to drawing a line under the past is real, says Carol Paton.

After four years of revelations and thousands of pages of reports from the Zondo Commission, what comes next? 

Prosecutions we hope, of course, but what the four years have also shown us, there is no guarantee of those. What will be the impact of this costly and lengthy commission? Will it change our politics? And what lies ahead as we move toward the ANC's national conference in December, to the 2024 election, and beyond?

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