Zuma to continue testimony at state capture inquiry

Former President Jacob Zuma has been testifying on allegations made against him by other witnesses at the inquiry.

Former President Jacob Zuma has been testifying on allegations made against him by other witnesses at the inquiry.

AFP

JOHANNESBURG - Former President Jacob Zuma returns to the hot seat at the Zondo Commission on Friday.

Proceedings were adjourned on Wednesday after he complained the commission was biased against him.

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He had been testifying on allegations made against him by other witnesses at the inquiry.

Public members interested in attending the inquiry on Friday are urged to register early.

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Only 200 people will be allowed into the venue.

The Commission says it's in the process of identifying and consulting other witnesses.

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eNCA