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The State Capture Commission evidence leaders will argue that unlawful State Security Agency vetting procedures were used to advance corruption and fraud within State Owned Entities. Evidence leader Advocate Kate Hofmeyr made these closing remarks after SSA official Nokunqoba Dlamini wrapped up her testimony on Wednesday.
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