Johannesburg - Former president Jacob Zuma has again denied the existence of state capture this is despite a judicial commission of inquiry into state capture currently underway.
Speaking to students at Walter Sisulu University in Mthatha, in the Eastern Cape on Wednesday, Zuma told them not to believe the political talk about the existence of state capture.
He said the state was composed of three branches, the judiciary, legislature, and the executive and demanded to know which of these branches were captured.
“There is no state that is captured, the judiciary is not captured, Parliament is not captured? So where is the state capture?” he asked.
“Where is the state capture? Why do we just swallow what is given?”