His testimonies at the Zondo Commission, a public judicial inquiry charged with examining the allegations of state capture against Zuma, have persisted for a number of days; his supporters have rallied for him outside as he testifies.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma has chose to stop testifying at a public inquiry into state corruption.
The inquiry, which Zuma agreed to set up in his final weeks in office, is shining a spotlight on the allegations of corruption and influence-peddling that were a hallmark of his nine years in power.
Although Zuma was forced to create the Zondo Commission, he is not legally required to participate in its present proceedings.
On Wednesday, his legal team had asked for an adjournment of the inquiry, complaining that the commission's legal team had unfairly cross-examined the former president.
"This report gives a lot of ammunition not only to his detractors within the ANC but to the Economic Freedom Fighters as well, as they will exploit it to take him on", Mathekga said, referring to a populist opposition party that along with the leading opposition Democratic Alliance had filed complaints alleging wrongdoing.
"President Ramaphosa's reaffirmation of his respect for the Office of the Public Protector and his appreciation of the essential role it needs to play in promoting accountability and advancing the interests of the South African people is consistent with the views of the ANC on all Chapter 9 institutions", the ANC said in its Saturday statement.
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Zuma had dismissed all accusations made against him by previous witnesses to the inquiry.
Over roughly the same period, about R388-million moved in and out of the Ria Tenda Trust account and about R441-million moved in and out of the Linked Environmental Services' FNB account, she said.
"I didn't say that simply without any basis".
He implied that the United Kingdom and U.S. had been - and still were - part of an elaborate plot to discredit him, even as he tried to bring about political and economic change in South Africa.
They want Zuma to face a less rigorous line of questioning. "Did I auction Table Mountain?"
The controversies surrounding Zuma correspond with the declining popularity of the African National Congress (ANC), which has governed South Africa with widespread support since 1994, following the downfall of apartheid.
Numerous revelations from the inquiry concern the relationship between two families - the Zumas, centred on the former president, and the Guptas, three Indian-born brothers who moved to South Africa after the fall of apartheid. They additionally employed several Zuma family - in conjunction with the president's son, Duduzane - in senior positions. Public officers to blame for various narrate our bodies disclose they had been instantly instructed by the Guptas to clutch selections that might per chance approach the brothers' industry pursuits.