It is now clear why former president Jacob Zuma is playing hide-and-seek with the state capture commission of inquiry.

In deliberating whether to subpoena Zuma on Friday, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo detailed instances in which the former president is directly implicated and for which he has to answer...

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