Raymond Zondo gives detail on his historic family link to Jacob Zuma
The chair of the inquiry into state capture gave the public explanation after Zuma's failure to follow through on a promised application for Zondo's recusal
The chair of the commission of inquiry into state capture, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, has disclosed the reasons former president Jacob Zuma believes the judge is biased against him because of past family relations.
The secretary of the commission, Prof Itumeleng Mosala, issued a statement on Thursday outlining Zondo’s view of what Zuma could be referring to. Zondo decided to make a public statement about this because of Zuma’s failure to approach the court for the his recusal as chair of the commission and also because of media inquiries...