Johannesburg - Why would you hold an investigation into state capture by the Gupta family - who owned ANN7 and The New Age and used those media houses to further their corrupt activities - in a building owned by Tiso Blackstar, the owners of among others, Business Day and Sunday Times?
This was the question raised by EFF spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi in an interview with the SABC's Leanne Manas on Tuesday morning.
"It turns the commission into a Mickey Mouse," said Ndlozi.
"Wasn't there a public building? Even if it's a court, even if it's the Constitutional Court - under places that are owned by the state; that are owned by the public; where the Zondo commission could have been constituted and held?" asked Ndlozi.
Ndlozi insisted that attempts to link his party to the collapsed VBS Mutual Bank were just "an attempt to divert attention" from the issue of the commission which is "investigating media houses sitting at the headquarters of Tiso Blackstar."