If there were a queen on former president Jacob Zuma’s political chessboard, it would, almost certainly, be Dudu Myeni.

Evidence at the state capture inquiry has painted the former SAA board chair as a powerful figure who had untrammelled access to law enforcement investigators and evidence, the protection of the State Security Agency (SSA), and the ability to neutralise at least one finance minister.

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