The state capture commission of inquiry is hoping to resume its public hearings by the first week of July as it tries to complete its work in the next nine months, deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo said on Wednesday, 

The commission’s public hearings, meant to establish the extent of state capture during the Jacob Zuma presidency, were halted when the government ordered a national lockdown in a bid to curb the spread of Covid-19. ..

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