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S. Africa graft inquiry adjourned following Zuma complaint

Johannesburg: A South African panel questioning former president Jacob Zuma over alleged graft during his time in office suspended work Wednesday after he complained that the questioning was too harsh.
“We adjourn the proceedings until Friday morning, I am confident that there are reasonable prospects that ways could be found to address the concerns by the former president,” said Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, chairing the investigation.
Government officials and businessmen have been appearing before the so-called Commission of Inquiry into State Capture over the last 11 months in Johannesburg.
Previous witnesses have given damning evidence against Zuma, portraying his nine-year presidency as a time of mass looting of state assets. (AFP)

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