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State Capture Inquiry Commission warns Zuma to appear before the panel on 15 February or face further action

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The State Capture Inquiry in a bid to deal with the former South African president Jacob Zuma who failed to appear before the panel on 18 January has decided to lay a criminal complaint against him.

 

In a disclosure, the commission has warned him to appear on 15 February or face further action.

This is in response to a statement by the former president in which he said he would defy a Constitutional Court order compelling him to appear.

 

Robert Sobukwe who is the PAC chairman said, Zuma accused the government of behaving like the apartheid regime and at the same time sees himself above the law and constitution even as he enjoys his dividends as the former president yet keep on defying the law and constitution of the country which he once ruled by.

 

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