Analysis: As the screws are turned on Zuma, the pressure starts to show

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By Pieter du Toit

Shortly before three o’clock on Tuesday, on day two of former president Jacob Zuma’s testimony at the judicial commission of inquiry into state capture, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo intervened.

Zuma – and his legal team – had by then started to effectively frustrate the process of exacting substantive and meaningful replies from the former head of state. Ever since he concluded his grand political statement of victimhood on Monday (it lasted almost three hours) his replies to vexing questions had been a variation on the theme of “I don’t know… I don’t recall… I don’t remember”.

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