'Nothing concrete so far, let's stop' - Zondo to former Free State DG during testimony

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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

Thursday evening's State Capture Inquiry sitting fell short of the expectations of even the commission chair, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, as he heard evidence from former Free State government director-general Kupong Ralikontsane.

Ralikontsane's testimony focused on a bursary scheme that the Free State premier's office administered.

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