Former president Jacob Zuma’s advocate has hit out at the state capture commission of inquiry for bringing him there “under false pretences”, resulting in the hearing being adjourned until Friday.

At issue was the way in which the inquiry has been questioning Zuma, who has consistently maintained that he has been treated like an accused criminal, and not a witness...

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