The state capture inquiry has warned former president Jacob Zuma’s lawyers that it "may have to resort" to approaching the Constitutional Court to ensure that he honours the subpoena issued against him by commission chair deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo.

If the inquiry brings an application, it may be one of the first times in democratic SA history that the highest court has been asked to enforce a subpoena...

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