State Capture Inquiry: Full Statements

This past week saw various key players come forward with evidence against those accused of orchestrating the State Capture. Among those who testified were former Deputy Finance Minister, Mcebisi Jonas, and Acting Director General of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), Phumla Williams.

09 September 2018

Deputy Judge President Ray Zondo presides over the State Capture Commission currently under way in Johannesburg.  The starting point for the Commission is the report of former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, called State of Capture.  Madonsela recommended that the Chief Justice appoint a judge to chair the commission.

The Commission’s mandate is to investigate matters of public and national interest concerning allegations of State Capture, corruption and fraud.  Its powers are wide as it can subpoena witnesses, refer any matter for prosecution, or for further investigation by law enforcement agencies, government departments, or regulatory bodies.

This past week saw various key players come forward with evidence against those accused of orchestrating the State Capture. Among those who testified were former Deputy Finance Minister, Mcebisi Jonas, and Acting Director General of the Government Communication and Information System (GCIS), Phumla Williams. You can read their statements below.

The end result of the commission’s work will be a comprehensive report into its findings. Read the Commission’s Terms of Reference here.

 

STATEMENT: MCEBISI JONAS

 

STATEMENT: PHUMLA WILLIAMS