Brian Sokutu
Senior Print Journalist
4 minute read
30 Apr 2021
5:50 am

Waffling Ramaphosa feels the pressure at Zondo commission

Brian Sokutu

Political analysts polled by 'The Citizen' have given a mixed bag of responses on the Ramaphosa testimony at the state capture commission.

South African President Cyril Ramaphosa at the State Capture Commission in Braamfontein, 28 April 2021 appearing in his capacity as president of the ANC. Picture: Neil McCartney

Seemingly oblivious to the decimation of state resources, it has taken the ANC leadership several years to wake up to the plunder of billions of rands, siphoned off through corruption and state capture, if the testimony by President Cyril Ramaphosa at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is anything to go by. Wrapping up his two-day testimony before Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, Ramaphosa, who yesterday responded to a barrage of questions from Zondo, evidence leaders Alec Freund and Paul Pretorius, revealed how the looting of state coffers continued, despite: The surfacing of #GuptaLeaks in South Africa, exposing former...