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LIVESTREAM: Zuma in the hot seat at the Zondo Commission

Former president Jacob Zuma’s appearance will give him the opportunity to give evidence before the commission

Key allegations levelled against Zuma at the Zondo commission

The judicial commission of inquiry into state capture has heard a number of testimonies implicating the former president in state capture

Zondo commission: Mentor corroboration remains elusive

The former ANC MP’s evidence relating to the alleged 2010 meeting with Ajay Gupta has proven difficult to corroborate

Vytjie to put her cross next to the cross

Mentor says it is her Christian faith which attracted her to the party, after becoming disenchanted with the ANC.

Mentor resolute despite Zondo commission grilling

This week Mentor became the first of the commission’s witnesses to be cross-examined

Mentor decries Zondo commission ‘grilling’

The former ANC MP feels her credibility has been undermined and her evidence unfairly treated by the commission’s evidence leaders

Zondo commission: Mentor claims to be put to the test

Former ANC MP Vytjie Mentor will be cross-examined on damning allegations she made in her earlier testimony in August 2018

Travel records cast doubt on Vytjie Mentor’s testimony

Mentor took the stand to defend the testimony she gave before the commission in August last year. She will be the first witness to cross-examined

Zondo commission: Vytjie returns

The former ANC MP’s contentious testimony will be put to the test this week

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