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State capture report chronicles extent of corruption in South Africa. But will action follow?

State capture report chronicles extent of corruption in South Africa. But will action follow?

NO self-respecting theatre critic would dream of reviewing a three-Act play during the interval at the end of the first Act. But that is what one is compelled to do after South Africa’s State Capture Commission released Part 1 of its inquiry report. This is more so because those implicated by its findings will be doing all they can to undermine the credibility of its reports. Author RICHARD CALLAND, Associate Professor in Public Law, University of Cape Town And in keeping with this dramatic theme, spoiler alert: My view is that deputy chief Justice Raymond Zondo, who chaired the commission,…
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