Never-ending story: Zondo Commission to seek another extension – but will govt pay for it?

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Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo chairs the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, in Johannesburg on 23 January 2020.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo chairs the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, in Johannesburg on 23 January 2020.
PHOTO: Veli Nhlapo/Gallo Images, Sowetan

The State Capture Inquiry will go to court to urgently seek another extension of its term – with just days to go before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo was scheduled to hand the commission’s final report over to President Cyril Ramaphosa.  

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