It’s official: not even the country’s judiciary has escaped a brush with state capture allegations.

Last week, former safety & security minister Sydney Mufamadi, who chaired a high-level review panel into the State Security Agency (SSA), dropped a bombshell at the state capture commission of inquiry in testimony about a project aimed at bribing SA’s judges...

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