The commission submitted that Zuma's utterances painted the pair as proponents of white minority privilege and opponents of socio-economic transformation.
On Tuesday the commission and Zuma‚ a son of the former president‚ reached a settlement.
The conditions include that he submit a written apology to the public to the commission within seven days of the agreement. The commission will then publish the apology.
The commission had requested that Zuma jr. pay R60 000 to the Umthombo Secondary School in Howick. However his attorney Ayanda Mkhwananzi said the initial agreement was for the money to be paid to Ohlange High School in Inanda.
Magistrate Irfaan Khallil (CORR) said the Ohlange High School had a significant history and was also impoverished; therefore he ruled that Zuma split the R60 000 between the two schools.