Zondo to Seek Extension of State Capture Commission

Written by on 21 December, 2020

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says most of the state capture commission’s work has been concluded but more evidence still has to be heard regarding arms manufacturer, Denel, and the South African Airways.

Zondo today held a media briefing where he reported on the commission’s work this year.

He said the commission also requires additional time to complete its investigations, including the former president, Jacob Zuma’s testimony scheduled for next month, which is why he’ll be applying for an extension of the commission.

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Zondo said R800-million has been spent on the commission, however, a majority of these funds will be recouped from the 650-million rand Mckinsey repayment which the company originally received from Transnet.

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