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State Capture Inquiry: 'I'm giving him an opportunity to come here and clear his name,' says Zondo

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Former president Jacob Zuma at his earlier appearance at the Zondo commission.
Former president Jacob Zuma at his earlier appearance at the Zondo commission.
Felix Dlangamandla

After former President Jacob Zuma was implicated by 34 witnesses at the state capture inquiry, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who chairs the inquiry, wants to give Zuma an opportunity to clear his name.

On Friday morning, Zondo granted an order authorising the commission's secretary to sign and issue summons for Zuma to appear before from the 16 to 20 November.

Zondo previously said he does not negotiate dates with witnesses.  

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