As the four-and-a-half-year State Capture Inquiry finally came to an end on Wednesday, with the release of the final report, the chairperson of the commission, South African Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, said he had no regrets about the decisions he took. News24 reports that Zondo, who came under fire for some of the decisions he took as well as the numerous delays that plagued the commission and which led to it costing over a billion rand, said one should always be open to admitting that one has made a mistake, but that, looking back, he “would take the same decisions faced with the same situation again”.