Former president Jacob Zuma's camp is accusing state capture inquiry Chair Raymond Zondo of being biased. It says it's because Zondo and Zuma have historical ties. Its alleged Zondo has a child with Zuma's sister-in-law. Michael Appel has more on this. Courtesy #DStv403
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JOHANNESBURG - State capture inquiry chair Judge Raymond Zondo has explained his ties to former president Jacob Zuma.
Zondo said he had a relationship with Zuma's sister-in-law.
He said that relationship ended before Zuma met Thobeka Madiba.
Zondo said this has no bearing on his role as inquiry chair.
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