The state capture inquiry has come to an end for the year. Commission chair, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo says the hearings will reconvene in January next year
It will resume on 13 January 2020. The last witness was Ace Magshule’s former assistant, Moroadi Cholota.
Cholota testified about money solicited from businessmen during Magashule’s tenure as Free State Premier.
In other news – Blesser Roland Muchengwa speaks out on being Abusive to women
Uncle Roland denies being abusive to women. Businessman Roland Muchegwa, famously or infamously known as Uncle Roland has rubbished rumours that he is abusive. Uncle Roland dismissed widespread falsehoods that he is wanted in Zimbabwe for battering his ex-wife, Mitchell Kawome.
He said he was self-exiled in South Africa and all was well with his ex-wife. “About my ex, I can’t deny that there were some squabbles, but we sorted it out and forgave each other, we moved on. It’s now more than four years since that incident happened. Read more