Before giving evidence, Myeni gave an impassioned opening speech to Zondo, saying she had been raked over the coals and labelled isigebengu (a thief).
She also asked that she give her evidence in Zulu, saying that she wanted her family, neighbours and other people who know her to understand what she was saying.
Zondo apologised that she had not said earlier that she intended to speak Zulu. However, she agreed to continue in English, adding that she could depose her affidavit in Zulu at a later stage.
Ms. Myeni now continues with his evidence in English. #StateCaptureInquiry
— State Capture Commission (@StateCaptureCom) May 25, 2021
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