Zuma lights verbal Fires at State Capture Commission

Former president Jacob Zuma testifying at the state capture commission of inquiry, July 15, 2019.

“*I have been provoked and provoked to the last degree…I have been wanting to save the organisation (the ANC) and the country, but they made stories…they do everything…Some might know for a fact that I know things about them. I have behaved for decades, not played around with intelligence information, I have lived with people who don’t know what I know about them…but these comrades have provoked me…*__”

Former president Jacob Zuma’s dramatic claims about plots and conspiracies against him could very well threaten to engulf the ANC in a firestorm of witch hunts and retribution if left unchecked and unchallenged.

Zuma, who for 16 years has been involved in a perennial battle to avoid being tried for fraud and corruption related to the multibillion-rand arms deal, is enmeshed in allegations of state capture after his nine years as head of state. And on Monday, he took to the stand at the state capture commission of inquiry claiming victimhood, alleging grand conspiracies and lacing his narrative with open threats to former comrades and colleagues.

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