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Former president Jacob Zuma used his address to the state capture commission of inquiry to threaten his political opponents who accused him of corruption and wrongdoing, and spent little time dealing with the actual allegations against him.

His comments are set to have serious implications for the ANC, which is already bogged down by deep factional battles...

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