South Africa 20.9.2018 10:41 am

Lynne Brown denied leave to cross-examine Jonas in state capture probe

Justice Zondo says Brown can make an application at a later stage if she meets the requirement of giving her version of events.

The chairperson of the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture, Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, has denied former public enterprises ministers Lynne Brown the right to cross-examine witnesses at the commission.

Lynne Brown denied leave to cross-examine Jonas in state capture probe
Lynne Brown denied leave to cross-examine Jonas in state capture probe

Lynne Brown denied leave to cross-examine Jonas in state capture probe

Justice Zondo says Brown can make an application at a later stage if she meets the requirement of giving her version of events.

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