Monday marked the first official day of the State Capture and South Africans are not happy about it at all- some even budding the court case "a waste of state resources."
The State Capture inquiry kicked off on 20 August and it has South Africans fuming. Taking to social media, tweeps gave their two cents about the highly reported court case.
So, Briefly.co.za decided to take a look at some of the most explosive reactions from social media users.
Mandy Wiener, who goes by the Twitter handle @MandyWiener, wrote: "#StateCaptureInquiry begins today. Having sat through so many inquiries over the past years, I remain unconvinced that the process truly works. Expensive, outcomes are not always enforced and prolongs processes. Let’s see."
Tumi Sole commented, "#StateCaptureInquiry. Whilst we’re eager to hear all the shenanigans, lest we forget that there are yet to be convictions following the #EskomInquiry & other Inquiries sponsored by taxpayers."
Social media user @African_Spring added, "I'm sure I'm not the only one who is not excited about #StateCaptureInquiry because of wasteful expenditure, which will lead to no one spending any time in jail."
As Briefly.co.za reported earlier, both Zuma and the Guptas came prepared, hiring top notch attorneys to defend them in court.
Zuma's legal team included advocates Thabani Masuku, Mike Hellens, Dawie Joubert and Muzi Sikhakane - all highly achieved in their own rights.
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