State capture inquiry set to resume

Now entering its final phase, eNCA's Manqoba Mchunu takes a look at how the testimony has unfolded so far. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The state capture commission of inquiry is expected to resume on Monday, after taking a break due to the lockdown.

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“For the most part of next week the Commission will hear evidence relating to allegations of corruption at Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa (Prasa),” the commission said in a statement.

The inquiry will hear evidence on the alleged corruption at rail agency, Prasa.

Former chairperson of the board, Popo Molefe, is among those expected to take the stand.

People listen to Chairperson Advocate Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo who opens proceedings during the first public hearing on alleged corruption under scandal-tainted former South African president, who was ousted earlier this year, at the Commission of Inquiry, in Johannesburg, on August 20, 2018. 

File: Shocking revelations of corruption in both the public and private sector has taken centre stage at the Zondo commission.


“In adherence to measures to limit the spread of COVID-19, strict social distancing protocols will be observed in the media gallery and this will result in a very limited number of seats available for members of the media,” the commission added.

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has said the commission is determined to meet its March 2021 deadline.


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