Win or lose for Zuma?

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Jacob Zuma appears before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that is probing wide-ranging allegations of corruption in government and state-owned companies in July, 2019.
Jacob Zuma appears before the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture that is probing wide-ranging allegations of corruption in government and state-owned companies in July, 2019.
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Despite the Zondo commission’s ruling that former president Jacob Zuma should be forced to answer allegations that he was the mastermind of state capture, his KwaZulu-Natal supporters have hailed the ruling as a victory for Zuma.

Following complaints by the commission’s legal team that Zuma had been giving them the runaround for almost two years, the commission’s chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, on Friday finally gave the legal team the green light to summon Zuma.

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