Former president Jacob Zuma, who has been central to allegations of state capture, will address the Zondo commission of inquiry into state capture when he appears on Monday, and he could name those he accuses of using the platform to discredit him.

Zuma’s attorney, Daniel Mantsha, would not say what Zuma will do when he takes to the witness stand. "All I can confirm is that he’ll be there," said Mantsha...

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