President Ramaphosa Will Testify At State Capture

President Cyril Ramaphosa is set to testify at the State Capture. State capture inquiry chairperson deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo gave the dates for the President's appearance as well.


Added to the list of people testifying at the State Capture Commission of Inquiry is our current President, Cyril Ramaphosa.

Ramaphosa will take the stand on 22, 23, 28 and 28 April

Deputy Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo, said:

We have previously said that the President of the republic, President Ramaphosa, will appear before the Commission at some stage.

Zondo continued to say that the President indicated that he would be ready to come and testify and be questioned about any matters that have been instigated by the Commission.

The President will appear for four days.

Ramaphosa held the Deputy President of South Africa position during Jacob Zuma's presidential term.


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