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Watch: State capture inquiry adjourned

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JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry has been adjourned to 2 May.

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Former KwaZulu-Natal Hawks boss Johan Booysen continued his testimony at the state capture inquiry on Thursday.

On Wednesday, Booysen linked two Zuma relatives are linked to controversial businessman Thoshan Panday.

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Booysen testified he visited Nkandla twice to flag the issue with former president Jacob Zuma.

Booysen said Edward Zuma asked him to unfreeze R15-million because he was in business with Panday.

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