Karyn Maughan | Last Zondo report must expose heart of SA’s state capture darkness - and not blink

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The final State Capture Inquiry report must address evidence the ANC government has operated as a criminal enterprise and spy state for years. That's why, Karyn Maughan writes, the mishandling of its release is so potentially dangerous. 

Six years ago, after trying and failing to get evidence from then-president Jacob Zuma about his relationship with the Gupta family, Public Protector Thuli Madonsela made a history-shifting decision: she recommended a commission of inquiry be established to get the answers she could not. 

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