Natasha Marrian Deputy editor: Financial Mail

On February 14 2018, two things happened. Jacob Zuma resigned and the Hawks raided the Guptas’ infamous Saxonwold compound. That day and all its promise came to mind as Zuma’s son Duduzane appeared before the Zondo commission this week.

It was a reminder that despite the hope that gripped the country on that day, not a single individual has been held to account for the way the state was brought to its knees under Zuma.

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