Sydney Majoko
3 minute read
15 Oct 2019
6:25 am

Justice for state capturers is on the horizon

Sydney Majoko

No matter how fluent those that appear at the commission, the real test will be when the NPA takes aim at them using its newly acquired legal eagles.

Former president Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane Zuma, testifies at the State Capture Commission in Parktown, 7 October 2019. Picture: Neil McCartney

In a week which saw Kenyan marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge do the unthinkable and run a marathon in under two hours, it is understandable when other great news sounds very ordinary. Kipchoge’s superhuman effort makes everything else pale into insignificance, but it is necessary to keep track of these other developments. South Africa’s efforts at self-rehabilitation received a major boost last week. Various events took place that should reassure people that all is not lost and the much-interrupted “new dawn” is finally bearing some fruit. While one of the alleged cogs of state capture, Duduzane Zuma, fluently twanged his way...