JOHANNESBURG: The panel set up to look into allegations of State Capture hears evidence from President Cyril Ramaphosa on Wednesday.
Mr Ramaphosa is expected to start by rounding off his testimony from April regarding his tenure as leader of the African National Congress (ANC). He had conceded that the party had not done enough to tackle state capture, cadre deployment and discipline among Members of Parliament.
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At the panel, Mr Ramaphosa is expected to give evidence and be questioned on matters falling within the terms of reference of the inquiry, including ANC matters and evidence related to his terms as president and deputy president.
He has previously appeared before the inquiry in April and said members of the ANC had engaged in acts of state capture and corruption for a number of years.