Zuma claims state capture is a political concept to bury him

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Former president Jacob Zuma appears at the Zondo commission. (Sharon Seretlo, Gallo Images).
Former president Jacob Zuma appears at the Zondo commission. (Sharon Seretlo, Gallo Images).

State capture is a political concept, and the commission investigating it is the "grave to bury" him by people with axes to grind – this according to former president Jacob Zuma.

On Monday, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo heard argument by Zuma's counsel, Advocate Muzi Sikhakhane during an application for Zondo to be recused.

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