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Former president Jacob Zuma is set to continue his testimony at the Zondo Commission on Tuesday. This comes after a bombshell day of testimony from Zuma, during which he made several bold claims.
Questions have been raised after the Department of Public Works signed a R115 million contract to move a sensitive military unit from Thaba Tshwane in Pretoria to Centurion.
Former president Jacob Zuma has begun what is set to be a bombshell testimony before the State Capture Inquiry, scheduled to take place over the course of the next week.
During his Zondo Commission testimony on Monday, Jacob Zuma claimed that assassins had been sent to kill him. Specifically, he says that suicide bombers plotted to kill him during a Maskandi show in Durban earlier this year.
Jacob Zuma claims that former minister Ngoako Ramatlhodi served as a spy against the ANC. However, Ramatlhodi has rubbished the claim.
Jacob Zuma has told the Zondo Commission that the Guptas were also close to former president Thabo Mbeki and Nelson Mandela. Zuma made the claim on Monday at the inquiry.