A public inquiry in South Africa has started investigating alleged corruption by ex-President Jacob Zuma, BBC reports.
The inquiry is looking into “state capture”, where the wealthy Gupta family is accused of trying to influence political decisions, including the naming of ministers.
Accusations of graft dogged Mr Zuma’s presidency before he was forced to step down in February.
The former president and the Gupta family deny any wrongdoing.
Opening the inquiry, commission head Deputy Chief Justice Ray Zondo appealed for South Africans to share what they know.
The report, called State of Capture, found evidence of possible corruption at the top level of his government.
It looked into whether the Gupta family influenced President Zuma’s choice of cabinet ministers.
One of the allegations is that in 2015 then-Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas was offered 600m rand ($41m; £32m) by businessman Ajay Gupta if he accepted the post of finance minister.