Jacob Zuma has agreed to continue testifying at the inquiry, but has given certain terms and conditions.
The two teams will be meeting over the course of the next two weeks to prepare for further testimony. During this time areas of interest in various witness statements will be identified for Zuma's attention.
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo indicated that he is pleased the parties concerned were able have a 'fruitful' conversation and find a way forward.
Jacob Zuma thanked Zondo for his considerations and, given the opportunity to talk, commented:
" I think it is the right of anyone to raise concerns and the concerns should be looked at. I appreciate that we were able to meet with the two teams and find a way forward. I think it is of interest of all of us to address issues that face this country in what ever form."
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Jul 19 11:36 AM
Live Stream: Zondo adjourns inquiry proceedings to find way forward
Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has adjourned proceedings at the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture in an attempt to reconcile differences between the two teams.