Graft Commission is Unconstitutional, South Africa's Zuma Says

Former president Jacob Zuma has said not only asked Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo to recuse himself from the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture but also questioned the constitutionality of the legal body. This comes as Zuma is expected to heed Zondo's call to attend the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture later in November and comes after whistleblower and former Bosasa boss Angelo Agrizzi - whose testimony revealed state capture details that implicated high ranking government officials - was admitted to a private hospital in northern Johannesburg.

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Former president Jacob Zuma (file photo).

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