Zuma supporters expected to hand over memorandum to Zondo commission
Carl Niehaus, uMkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) spokesperson, says former president Jacob Zuma is expected to address supporters after his testimony at the state capture inquiry on Monday afternoon. A memorandum will be handed over to the commission in Parktown.
Zuma is responding to his alleged involvement in state capture after being publicly implicated by witnesses.
Speaking to Clement Manyathela on the Xolani Gwala Show, Niehaus says the calls made in the memorandum are not an attack on the commission.
In that memorandum we will say: 'Please Mr Justice Zondo, try to get this commission to have its mandate expanded so that it doesn't just concentrate on a slither of historical time in South Africa and it doesn't look as if this commission is trying t target certain people for factional and political reasons.'Carl Niehaus, NEC member - MKVA
'Please, not for the sake of anyone else but the judiciary itself..make sure that this commission operates in a proper manner and addresses the issue of state capture in its full spectrum.'Carl Niehaus, NEC member - MKVA
It is not an attack on the commission or the deputy chief justice.Carl Niehaus, NEC member - MKVA
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