The Zondo Commission’s final report
General Booysen, “hijacked” the Zondo commission just like he did with the Mokgoro Inquiry and once again performed one of his many “publicity stunts ”
His aim was to convince the Commission of the same false narrative he tried to advance in his book – i.e. that his failed prosecution was a state capture attempt to stop him from investigating politicians.
In its final report of 5437 pages, the Zondo commission mentioned him only once, (not in connection with the Cato Manor case), and not at all in any of the findings. The Zondo commision simply ignored Booysen’s Cato Manor testimony.