The inquiry into state capture remains adamant that former president Jacob Zuma must go to prison. Newsflash reports the commission argues that Zuma has no legally valid reason for defying a Constitutional Court order that he must appear before it. The inquiry’s secretary, Itumeleng Mosala, says Zuma’s conduct directly challenges the authority of the court and justice system as a whole. He says a suspended sentence will be pointless and has called for the former president to be jailed. Separately, Business Leadership SA says the state capture commission of inquiry has laid bare the colossal task facing South Africa’s Cabinet to turn around the fortunes of many of the country’s ailing state-owned enterprises.