The government, parliament and the governing ANC failed to take action to halt the state capture that weakened the country’s democracy, says the Zondo commission. 

Part one of the commission’s report on state capture, which was released on Tuesday, details how key institutions such as the SA Revenue Service (Sars), Transnet, Eskom and SAA were made dysfunctional “in order to divert public funds for private benefit”...

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