[WATCH] Eusebius: Zuma is attempting to stave off the inevitable

While President Jacob Zuma insists that a Commission of Inquiry into State Capture is of 'paramount importance', 702 and Capetalk show host Eusebius McKaiser is not buying it.

Late on Tuesday night, the President released a statement confirming the appointment of a commission of inquiry while he seeks further legal advice on the prosecution of his appeal.

In his statement, the President said: "The allegations that the state has been wrestled out of the hands of its real owners, the people of South Africa, is of paramount importance and are therefore deserving of finality and certainty."

READ: Questions loom over Zuma's decision to establish inquiry into state capture

Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo has been appointed to head the judicial commission.

Here is what McKaiser had to say.


This article first appeared on 702 : [WATCH] Eusebius: Zuma is attempting to stave off the inevitable


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