SABC Digital News | 5 months ago
Tuesday, former president Jacob Zuma appeared before the State Capture Commission of Inquiry for the second day and began his testimony by saying there'd been death threats against him, his family and staff.
In addition Zuma's lawyers objected to evidence leader Paul Pretorius's questioning and stating that he was not asking clarity-seeking questions but was cross-examining him. Among Zuma's supporters, ANC secretary-general, Ace Magashule, said the former president was a victim of character assassination.
To chat to us about the past two days and what could still be expected is political analyst, Sandile Swana.