The 5th and 6th part of the Zondo Commission’s report into state capture in South Africa has condemned ANC parliamentary caucuses for not inquiring into the allegations of the Guptas’ undue influence and its unwillingness to hold corruption-accused former president Jacob Zuma to account. News24 reports that the commission found if the ANC in Parliament did not oppose the establishment of parliamentary inquiries into state capture, the “Guptas agenda of state capture” could have been scuppered and saved the taxpayers billions of rand. The same goes for if they had voted Zuma out through any of the eight motions of no confidence he faced.