Former director-general in the presidency Frank Chikane says he has no issue with former president Jacob Zuma getting a presidential pardon if he applies for it, but he must first admit to his mistakes.

Chikane, a vocal critic of the former president in recent years over state capture, told Business Day on Wednesday that if his old comrade admitted he had made mistakes, he should be considered for pardon.  ..

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