WATCH | State Capture: Chicken bribes, Zuma's defiance, 'shut up!' and other highlights remembered

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The State Capture Inquiry has kept South Africans enthralled for the better part of the past four years.

On Wednesday, Chief Justice Raymond Zondo handed over the final instalment of the commission's report to President Cyril Ramaphosa.

"There were days where I wasn't sure this day would come," Zondo told journalists during the handover. 

Watch as News24's journalists and editors reflect on their three favourite moments from the commission. 


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