How will Zuma respond at state capture inquiry?

Former president Jacob Zuma is accused of being central to state capture. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - Former president Jacob Zuma's name has featured prominently at the state capture inquiry, as an enabler of mismanagement of state resources.

Zuma is accused of being central to state capture and he has been implicated by at least five witnesses.

Sensational claims about how he allegedly helped loot government money have been made at the commission but will they stick?

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The former president has signalled that he doesn't believe there is any direct evidence against him.

Zuma's testimony has been set down to continue until Friday.

eNCA reporter Govan Whittles has more details in the video above.