According to Vincent Maleka, evidence leader at the Zondo commission of inquiry, the Guptas want to make use of the commission's processes to "proclaim and advance their innocence", while Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who chairs the commission, accused the Guptas of wanting to enjoy the benefits of South Africa's legal system without subjecting themselves to its processes.
Vincent Maleka Slam Dunks Guptas' Request to Cross-Examine Witnesses From Their Dubai Safe House Via Video
Daily Maverick, 6 September 2018
The Gupta brothers this week tried again to treat South Africa like a banana republic playground - until they collided with Vincent Maleka, evidence leader at the Zondo commission… Read more »
Judge Zondo Raises Concerns Over Guptas' Refusal to Return to SA
News24Wire, 6 September 2018
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has expressed concerns over the Gupta brothers' application to cross-examine witnesses from abroad. Read more »
#StateCaptureInquiry - Commission to Hear Applications for Leave to Cross-Examine Witnesses
Applications for leave to cross-examine witnesses are expected to be heard when the state capture commission of inquiry continues in Parktown, Johannesburg on Thursday. Read more »
During her second appearance at the Zondo Commission of Inquiry, acting Director-General of GCIS Phumla Williams has shared details on her "strained" relationship with former ... Read more »
The Zondo Commission of Inquiry into State Capture has heard evidence from various former MPs and other government officials, as well as former ministers, on how they were offered ... Read more »
On day six of the inquiry into state capture, former Government Communication and Information System boss Themba Maseko said the Gupta family wanted him to "break the laws of the ... Read more »
Video screenshot of the Zondo Commission of Inquiry.
"The Zondo commission should subpoena those implicated in the deterioration of the criminal justice system to establish how deep the corruption runs. While there already are ... Read more »
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