CAPE TOWN - Several groups are welcoming the appointment of a state capture inquiry.
Some feel President Jacob Zuma president was left with no choice after the ANC’s elective congress in December.
Others say it was a calculated move.
The DA wants the inquiry to start without delay.
It says Zuma deserves no credit for appointing the commission, claiming he couldn't delay investigations any further.
The party wants the commission to probe all deals between Gupta-linked companies and state-owned enterprises.
It’s also asking for a probe into the capture of Sars, the Hawks, the NPA and the President.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo will head the inquiry.
Last month, the court ordered Zuma to institute the inquiry within 30 days.