State Capture inquiry could be 'never-ending' if broadened - Karima Brown
Public Protector Busisiwe Mkhwebane has called for a broadening of the scope of the investigation into state capture.
On Tuesday, President Jacob Zuma announced the appointment of a commission of inquiry to be headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo after a year-long delay.
Political analyst Karima Brown takes a look at the implications.
One of the big issues is that the commission could be a never-ending affair. This was the concern express by advocate Thuli Madonsela.Karima Brown, political analyst
The question of the terms of reference is critical because it speaks to efficacy of the commission and of course the timeline. Many people are quite cynical about the timing....Karima Brown, political analyst
Click on the link below to listen to Karima's full analysis....
This article first appeared on 702 : State Capture inquiry could be 'never-ending' if broadened - Karima Brown
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