The fourth instalment of the findings of the Zondo Commission into State Capture suggest that President Cyril Ramaphosa could have acted against some of the allegations against his predecessor, Jacob Zuma. The AFP news agency, in an article which can be read in full on the Future Media website, reports that Ramaphosa’s answers to some questions about what he knew of the corrupt activities were “opaque” and “unfortunately leave some important gaps”, with the report suggesting that “the wealth of evidence … suggests that …” he could have acted to curb the graft.