President Jacob Zuma is yet to give details on an inquiry into State Capture.
Answering MPs questions in the National Assembly on Thursday, Zuma said a trove of leaked emails implicating the Gupta family in alleged dealings with the state, will be probed by a judicial commission of inquiry.
Given past inquires such as the Seriti commission, political analyst Karima Brown suggests the veracity of the expected probe will have to be proven.
If one look at the President's overall performance in Parliament yesterday where he out-rightly denied the veracity of the emails, where he just consistently made as if what is happening in the country has nothing to do with him....— Karima Brown, political analyst
I am very sceptical about the commission of inquiry and it will be interesting to see what those terms of references are going to be. Judging by the President's performance and his answers I think that we shouldn't be holding our breathe.— Karima Brown, Political analyst
Meanwhile Parliament has announced it will take Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane's controversial report on Absa on judicial review.
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This article first appeared on 702 : #GuptaLeaks inquiry: We shouldn't hold our breaths - Brown