Johannesburg - Controversial former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng revealed he'd previously warned Jacob Zuma to leave the ANC, telling the former president the ruling party would be his downfall.
Motsoeneng made the chilling revelation as he came to show his support for Zuma as the latter makes a return to the commission of inquiry into state capture.
Zuma last took to the stand on Wednesday, where he and his legal team accused the commission, headed by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo, of bringing the former president in under "false pretences".
Motsoeneng, speaking on the sidelines of the inquiry, said he'd come to the commission to support the former president, despite them being part of different political parties.
"Remember I left the ANC but I didn't leave people that we have been together. There are many ANC people that we are still together, even today but I'm not an ANC person, I have my own movement because if you are unhappy, you move away.