Johannesburg - Former president Jacob Zuma on Friday used his final address after his appearance at the commission of inquiry into state capture to warn those who continue to antagonise him to "be very careful".
Zuma was addressing supporters following his final appearance for the week before the commission, headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.
The former president appeared before the commission for almost the entire week where most of the proceedings were characterised by accusations that the commission had brought Zuma in "under false pretences" and was attempting to cross-examine him, something it had not applied for.
Matters took a dramatic turn on Friday morning where the former president announced his intention to withdraw from the proceedings, retracting at the last minute following an intervention from Zondo.
Zuma, addressing supporters outside the commission, spoke on a range of issues, including his earlier claims of a continued narrative to assassinate his character.