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Legal bias doctrine basis of Zuma’s recusal application to Zondo

The former president’s advocate and commission lawyers were embroiled in a showdown of who best argued the apprehension of bias doctrine

Zondo: Zuma was MEC, not president so he couldn’t boost my judicial career

The application for the state capture commission chair to recuse himself lays bare the history of the two men

Aggett tormentor had a ‘morbid’ obsession — Barbara Hogan

The former minister told the inquest into the trade unionist Neil Aggett’s death that security branch interrogator Stephan Whitehead was voyeuristic

Zuma trips up over SOE interference claims

Former president’s legal team halts proceedings, arguing its client is being cross-examined

‘I did not push for Gama at Transnet’ — Zuma

Former president disputes former public enterprises minister Barbara Hogan’s allegation that he interfered in the appointment of the entity’s CEO

Zuma’s next hurdle — Barbara Hogan

Before the commission could get stuck into Barbara Hogan's evidence, the former president’s counsel asked for an early adjournment

#StateCaptureInquiry: Gordhan — Connect the dots to uproot state capture

The public enterprises minister tells Zondo commission what appeared to be ‘isolated incidents’ was actually part of a larger picture of corruption

Zuma and I had different ideas about governance — Hogan

The former enterprises minister told the state capture inquiry that she believed Zuma thought she was a ‘hindrance’

Hogan: Zuma wanted a ‘rogue’ CEO at Eskom

According to Hogan’s testimony, a tussle between Jacob Maroga and the Eskom board showed how former president Jacob Zuma imposed his authority

Hogan: ‘ANC tried to force my hand in Gama matter’

Barbara Hogan said she experienced 'enormous pressure' to approve the appointment of Siyabonga Gama as the chief executive of Transnet in 2009

Zuma interfered in Transnet CEO pick – Hogan

Barbara Hogan claims the former president was adamant that no one but Siyabonga Gama would do as a chief executive

#StateCaptureInquiry: Barbara Hogan set to deliver ‘explosive’ testimony

Barbara Hogan is expected to reveal how former president Jacob Zuma began meddling in the appointment of board members and executives in SOEs

Zondo reprimands media for leaked submissions

The chairperson of the state capture inquiry says anyone found guilty of leaking witness statements could be disciplined

Gama lobby guns for Maria Ramos

Supporters also claim Barbara Hogan and Trevor Manuel have been targeting the ex-Transnet boss

#StateCaptureInquiry: Hogan, Gordhan testimonies postponed

The Zondo commission’s legal team made a last-minute application to push the testimonies of the high-profile witnesses to November

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It is Zondo's legal end game and will leave the former president, his supporters and those implicated in state capture to increasingly play fast and loose at imputing political motive to the commission

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