State capture commission chair deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo said on Monday that he accepted that former president Jacob Zuma had reservations about the inquiry.

On Monday, Zondo took the opportunity to make opening remarks during Zuma’s first appearance at the commission. The former leader has been central to allegations of state capture and corruption emerging from testimony at the commission. ..

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