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Ralph Mathekga | Zuma vs Zondo: Integrity of state capture commission needed to be protected

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Former president Jacob Zuma appears at the Zondo commission.
Former president Jacob Zuma appears at the Zondo commission.
PHOTO: Sharon Seretlo, Gallo Images

It's unlikely that former president Jacob Zuma was expecting Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to press criminal charges against him for absconding from the state capture commission, writes Ralph Mathekga. 

After his antics at the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture last week, President Jacob Zuma's situation has escalated to a point which he did not believe it could.

Zuma was daring last week when he left the commission without formally asking to be recused following his unsuccessful attempt to have the commission chairperson Raymond Zondo recuse himself.

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