Ramaphosa says he's willing to testify if Zondo calls him to stand

Ramaphosa says he's willing to testify if Zondo calls him to stand

- President Ramaphosa made it clear that he wouldn't mind testifying in front of the state capture inquiry commission

- South Africans are still unclear on how much Ramaphosa knew of the state capture of Zuma and the Guptas

- The President also asked his fellow Cabinet members to make themselves available to the Commission if they have any info that could help the inquiry

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The state capture inquiry commission has seen some pretty important political VIPs stand to testify since it first began.

Now President Ramaphosa stated that he would also testify if necessary.

South Africans feel unclear on just how much Ramaphosa knew of Zuma's dealings with the Gupta family.

Mosiuoa Lekota, COPE leader, posed a question to the president and he answered by saying he would gladly appear before the Commission of Inquiry.

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The President added that anyone in the Cabinet with information that could help the Commission should make themselves available to the inquiry.

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People would love to know what Ramaphosa knew when Zuma was still in charge:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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