President Cyril Ramaphosa to appear before the commission of Inquiry again for two days next week on the 11th and 12 August 2021.
The chairperson of the commission released a statement notifying the public on Tuesday. He has reserved the two days as for the President to appear before the commission again, to give evidence and be questioned in matters failing in terns of reference.
He first appeared on the commission of Inquiry in April 2021 where he made claims of corruption and State capture.
However, Ramaphosa will give evidence relating to the ANC in the capacity of the President and former Deputy President of the ruling party. He will then give evidence and be questioned in his capacity as the current President and former Deputy President of South Africa.
— State Capture Commission (@StateCaptureCom) August 2, 2021