The Jacob Zuma Foundation has responded to the latest installment of the Zondo Commission’s report, saying that the former president rejected the findings. Eyewitness News reports that the commission handed part three of the report to South Africa’s Presidency on Tuesday. It’s found reasonable grounds to suspect Zuma’s relationship with Bosasa was in breach of his constitutional obligations and alleged that Bosasa paid R300,000 monthly to the Jacob Zuma Foundation. The bulk of the evidence against Zuma was brought by Bosasa’s former chief operations officer, Angelo Agrizzi.
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