The State Capture Commission is set to resume its proceedings with a testimony from Sydney Mufamadi on the SSA, despite some questions on the conclusion of Brian Molefe’s testimony.
The State Capture Commission took to Twitter on Sunday, 24 January 2021, to provide the agenda for the upcoming proceedings on Monday, 25 January 2021. According to the statement, “The Commission will hear State Security Agency (SSA) related evidence from the former Chairperson of the High-Level Review Panel into the State Security Agency (SSA), Dr Sydney Mufamadi at 10h00 on Monday, 25 January 2021.”
Friday, 15 January 2021, was the last time that the commission gathered, before the health of Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo was reportedly comprised, which led to a halt in the proceedings. At the time, former Eskom boss, Brian Molefe, had taken the stand again and continued to implicate names outside of former president, Jacob Zuma. He also implicated President Cyril Ramaphosa. However, it seems that his testimony will be left as is, as there has been no formal confirmation or suggestion of Molefe’s return to the stand.
Should members of the press want to physically attend the proceedings, it has been announced that proceedings will abide by the Alert Level 3 restrictions and regulations.
See the post below.
The Commission will hear State Security Agency (SSA) related evidence from the Former Chairperson of the High-Level Review Panel into the State Security Agency , Dr. Sydney Mufamadi tomorrow at 10:00. #StateCaptureInquiry pic.twitter.com/DZgGkaw3Bc
— State Capture Commission (@StateCaptureCom) January 24, 2021