South Africa, Johannesburg – On Sunday, Gauteng police spokesperson Colonel Noxolo Kweza confirmed that they were investigating a robbery after police must have completed their investigations.
According to reports, unknown people broke into the offices of the Zondo Commission on Saturday night and removed various items, including laptops containing vital information.
Zondo Commission spokesperson Mbuyiselo Stemela confirmed on Sunday that their offices were broken into but could not give finer details of the incident.
Stemela, however, said the commission hearings would continue today despite the break-in at its offices.
“The commission will hear parliamentary oversight-related evidence from the Speaker of the National Assembly, Thandi Modise, on Monday.
“The commission will also hear evidence from the chairperson of the National Council of Provinces, Mr. Amos Masondo,” Stemela said.