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The State Capture Reveals That Almost R1Billion Spent Could Be Linked To Corrupt Activities.

JOHANNESBURG - Chief Justice Raymond Zondo conveyed the fifth and last State Capture Report at the Union Building on 22 June 2022 in Pretoria, stamping right around a long time since the commission had started.

The legal investigation into state catch was led by Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, involved something like 300 observers, and is assessed to have cost citizens about R1 billion.

There were 3,171 summonses given and 8,655,530 pages of archives utilized.

Eventually, 1,438 individuals were ensnared.

Presently South Africans are left with additional inquiries than responds to on whether the commission was worth the effort by any means and assuming those ensnared will see their day in court.

Observer News' senior political correspondent, Theto Mahlakoana, led the discussion on Inside EWN, as legitimate expert, Mpupelelo Zikalala, political news supervisor at News24, Qaanitah Hunter, and Paul Holden, the head of examinations at Shadow World Investigations, shared their perspectives with regards to whether the cash that was spent on the commission was worth the effort.

Pay attention to the roundtable conversation above as certain audience members added to the conversation, saying that the state catch request saved South Africans huge amount of cash by directing the commission.

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