Questions must be asked about how and why Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane is investigating allegations that former president Jacob Zuma received illicit payments from a security company owned by businessman and ANC funder Roy Moodley.

EFF leader Julius Malema was the first person to make public the allegation that Zuma had received a monthly payment of R1m from Royal Security, owned by Moodley, during the first months of his presidency. Malema made the allegation at the EFF’s 2016 manifesto launch in Limpopo...

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