A blockbuster inquiry into corruption in South Africa is examining a deal with a Chinese train company that blew out to US$3.75 billion.
It is also probing “success fees” allegedly paid to firms linked to a billionaire family that has been associated with the country’s scandal-plagued ex-president.
Justice Raymond Zondo has been overseeing the so-called State Capture Commission of Inquiry since last August.
The inquiry was signed into law as one of the last acts of former president Jacob Zuma before he resigned in February 2018, under a cloud of corruption in his government.
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