JOHANNESBURG | The Commission of Inquiry into allegations of State Capture, headed by acting Chief Justice, Raymond Zondo indicated no interest in challenging medical parole of former president, Jacob Zuma.
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The Commission said to having noted that the Democratic Alliance (DA) and AfriForum NPC to have launched separate application in the Gauteng Division of the High Court.
To challenge the lawfulness of the decision of the Commissioner of Correctional Services to grant Jacob Zuma medical parole.
In each of those applications, Zondo Commission has been cited as one of the respondents.
“The Commission wishes to announce that it will not be taking part in any of the proceedings.
“It has instructed the State Attorney to deliver a notice to the Registrar of the Court and other parties that the Commission will abide the decision of the Court.
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“At this stage, the Commission is focussing on wrapping up its work and completing its report,” the Commission said.