Zondo Concerned Over Burglary at Commission’s Offices

Written by on 19 April, 2021

By: Bright Ntuli

The State Capture Commission of Inquiry says the burglary at its offices in Parktown, Johannesburg, won’t affect its work.

Gauteng police are investigating a case of business robbery after computers with sensitive information were stolen on Sunday morning.

The Commission is currently hearing parliamentary oversight-related evidence from National Assembly Speaker, Thandi Modise, and late expected to hear National Council of Provinces Chairperson, Amos Masondo.

The Inquiry’s Chairperson, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, says during the week he got the report that there was a bullet that was found in one of the offices of the commission and that there was also a break in in the offices of the commission during the weekend.

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Furthermore, the Commission’s Secretary, Itumeleng Mosala, says they will be beefing up security.

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