- Duduzane Zuma has appeared before the State Capture Inquiry
- The gist of the testimony was him denying that anything illegal happened
- Zuma was calm and cheerful during his time before the commission
Duduzane Zuma testified about his alleged ties to the Guptas on 7 October and maintains that the claims of bribes against him are false.
Duduzane appeared before the Zondo Commission of Inquiry to answer to the many allegations over his relationship with the Gupta family - he was perceived as a 'fixer' for the notorious family.
However, the young Zuma has denied that anything below-board went on, according to a report by TimesLIVE.
Duduzane was asked about a meeting in October 2015 in which former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas alleged that he was taken to the Gupta compound by Zuma, and he confirmed that it happened.
However, he denied Jonas' version of accounts and that Jonas had no idea where the meeting would happen, reported IOL News.
"So he just jumped in my car not knowing where he was going? He knew exactly where we were going and who we were going to meet and why."
Briefly.co.za learnt that in general, Duduzane displayed an air of denial.
Zuma arrived in a smart two-piece navy-blue suit, accompanied by a team of legal representatives and family members.
It is reported that his demeanour was similar to that of his father when he appeared at the same commission - he was calm and cheerful too.
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