Itumeleng Mosala, acting on instructions from commission chair acting chief justice Raymond Zondo, pictured, announced that the inquiry is not engaged with the matter of Zuma's medical parole."/>
Zuma was delivered on the clinical job this month after being imprisoned in July for disdain of court following a decision by SA's pinnacle court.
After contention over the conceding of clinical parole, explicitly the choice of active penitentiaries public chief Arthur Fraser's choice to overrule the clinical parole board, the DA and the common society pressure bunch each moved toward the Gauteng High Court, preferring to the Zondo commission among the respondents.
Commission secretary Prof Itumeleng Mosala, in an assertion, declared that the request isn't locked in with the question of Zuma's clinical parole.
"The commission wishes to report that it won't be participating in any of the procedures," said Mosala, adding that he was following up on directions from commission administrator, acting boss equity Raymond Zondo.
"It has trained the state lawyer to convey a notification to the recorder of the court and different gatherings that the commission will withstand the choice of the court.
"At this stage, the commission is zeroing in on wrapping up its work and finishing its report."
The commission last week documented a solicitation to the high court in Pretoria, requesting an expansion from the finish of September until the finish of December to record its last report.
Zuma, in the interim, could be released from an emergency clinic in Gauteng to get back to his KwaZulu-Natal home by Friday, on schedule to spend the forthcoming legacy long end of the week encompassed by his family, TimesLIVE recently detailed.
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