Former president Jacob Zuma spent his second day of testimony at the state-capture inquiry denying outright that he was involved in wrongdoing and going as far as to lay the blame for one incident on a minister who died four years ago.

Zuma and his relationship with the Gupta family have been central to allegations of state capture and corruption made at the inquiry, which is chaired by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo.

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