WATCH: Key moments from the state capture inquiry

With around 161 days of hearings in 2019, it's near impossible to do the year's proceedings justice.

JOHANNESBURG - The state capture inquiry is set to resume on 13 January.

If all goes according to plan, public hearings could end by mid-2020.

READ: It's a wrap for the state capture inquiry

In the meantime, many South Africans want to know: When will prosecutions follow?

That task lies with the National Prosecuting Authority, among others.

READ: Zuma calls in sick for state capture appearance

With around 161 days of hearings in 2019, it's near impossible to do the year's proceedings justice.

The commission honed in on what has become known as GuptaGate and heard from prominent witnesses, including testimony from former president Jacob Zuma.

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