The previous President Jacob Zuma has delivered a scorching letter on his refusal to show up before the Zondo Commission today. On a letter, Zuma let the cat out of the bag on Ramaphosa about his CR17 crusade fixed archives.
Zuma said that they set with a portion of the adjudicators who have helped the occupant President (Ramaphosa) to stow away from the general public what by all accounts appear to be pay-offs acquired to win the ANC's inner political decision.
Zuma further said that they likewise set with a portion of the appointed authorities who fixed CR17 Bank Proclamations basically in light of the fact that such records might uncover some of them in any event, while managing in courts.
The inquiry is, the reason Judges help the charged (CR17) to conceal proof that will implicate him. Boss Equity once reveal there's an endeavor to catch Legal executive. Be that as it may, Zuma shouldn't call attention to at certain issues. He is expected to respond to inquiries of state catch.
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