Former president Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane may have had very different styles of giving evidence at the Zondo inquiry, but their testimonies have been united in two aspects: a strong denial that they have done anything to warrant the multiple allegations levelled against them, and a deep sense that they have been victimised.

Duduzane Zuma’s two-day testimony before the inquiry chair, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, ended on Tuesday with the 35-year-old, who has been in business with the Guptas for more than a decade, asking to address SA so he could tell its citizens: "I am not corrupt".

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