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Zuma vs Zondo: Former president's walkout sends a message that he's above the commission - legal expert

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Former president Jacob Zuma at the Zondo commission.
Former president Jacob Zuma at the Zondo commission.
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When former president Jacob Zuma announced in January 2018 that Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo would be chairing the commission of inquiry into state capture, he urged South Africans to cooperate with the inquiry.

He also said he trusts that "we will all respect the process and please no impediment to prevent the commission from doing its work".

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