State Capture Inquiry Set To Hear Duduzane Zuma’s Testimony On Monday

Advocate Piet Louw, Duduzane’s legal counsel, revealed in March already that the younger Zuma would testify at the commission and give evidence that was completely different from that given by, among others, former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.

State Capture Inquiry Set To Hear Dudazane Zuma's Testimony On Monday-Surge Zirc SA
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Duduzane Zuma will tomorrow at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry be expected to explain his role as an alleged fixer for the Gupta family.

The State Capture Commission declared on Sunday that they would hear the testimony on Monday from former president Jacob Zuma’s child Duduzane.

He was involved by various witnesses since the beginning of the commission, due fundamentally to his business association with the disputable Gupta family, who he worked with, and for, for quite a long while.

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One of the earliest witnesses, former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas, implicated Duduzane Zuma in his evidence. Another witness, former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor, also implicated him.

His testimony is set to commence at 10 am tomorrow.

Advocate Piet Louw, Duduzane’s legal counsel, revealed in March already that the younger Zuma would testify at the commission and give evidence that was completely different from that given by, among others, former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.

Jonas asserted that he was offered R600 million in the event that he acknowledged the position of finance minister which was held by Nhlanhla Nene at the time, 2015, and R600,000 paid in cash on the spot.

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He professed to have met with Duduzane, specialist Fana Hlongwane, and the oldest of the Gupta siblings, Ajay.

A year ago, the administrator of the commission, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, decided that Duduzane could cross-examine Jonas.

Notwithstanding, he additionally decided that if the Guptas needed to interview witnesses, including Jonas, ex-MP Vytjie Mentor, and fired government spin doctor Themba Maseko, they needed to do so in South Africa.

Two of the Gupta siblings had proposed that either the commission should make a trip to an abroad area where they could securely affirm or that their declarations ought to be done by means of video interface.

Zondo rejected the two recommendations, saying about the previous that he sees no motivation behind why the commission ought to cause the expenses of heading out to an area outside of the nation for the siblings to show up before the commission.

Jonas, Maseko and Mentor gave dangerous declaration at the commission, ensnaring the Guptas, Zuma, and Duduzane in the state catch adventure.

The Zondo-drove commission is exploring charges of undue impact the undue influence the controversial Guptas had over Zuma, his cabinet ministers, and leaders at state enterprises to do their bidding for state tenders worth billions of rands.

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