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Allegations of SSA's 'blank cheques' and 'alternate facts' aired at Zondo commission

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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
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The state capture commission of inquiry has heard explosive evidence involving allegations that agents not only penetrated activist movements during Jacob Zuma’s presidency, but also neutralised and manipulated some protests.

With a seemingly bottomless budget, thanks to the alleged disabling of an accounting function on a computer, large amounts of cash allegedly flowed out of SSA coffers to fund these off-book operations.

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