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EXPLAINER | How Ramaphosa's new state capture inquiry rules will help the NPA

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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.

President Cyril Ramaphosa last week amended the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture's regulations which will allow law enforcement agencies to access evidence presented at the commission.

The amended regulation states that: "Notwithstanding the provisions of this regulation, any employee of the commission shall not, after the commission has concluded its work - (a) be precluded from being employed or appointed on a consultancy basis by any state law enforcement agency; and (b) after being so employed or appointed be precluded from using or disclosing information, records or documents obtained by him or her during the course of his or her employment by the commission."

The amendments took effect on the day they were gazetted. 

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