WATCH: Deputy Chief Justice briefing on state capture inquiry

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When will the state capture inquiry get off the ground? The president has yet to release its terms of reference. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who will lead the inquiry, briefs the press at 1pm.

When will the state capture inquiry get off the ground? The president has yet to release its terms of reference. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who will lead the inquiry, briefs the press at 1pm.

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When will the state capture inquiry get off the ground? The president has yet to release its terms of reference. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who will lead the inquiry, briefs the press at 1pm.

When will the state capture inquiry get off the ground? The president has yet to release its terms of reference. Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who will lead the inquiry, briefs the press at 1pm.

 

 
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PRETORIA - Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo briefed the media on the commission of inquiry that was established to look into allegations of state capture on Tuesday. 

He did not, however, release the commission&39;s terms of reference. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

President Jacob Zuma on 9 January announced the establishment of the commission.

The North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria found the Public Protector&39;s report on State Capture was binding and ordered the president pay the legal costs of opposing the remedial action put forward.

Zuma said he requested the Chief Justice to provide him with the name of the judge to head the commission.

He selected Zondo to undertake this task.

The president urged everyone to cooperate with the inquiry.