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Zuma back in court over arms deal

Former president Jacob Zuma is expected to appear in the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Durban on Friday morning, after his case was postponed in April. The embattled former president appeared in court on one count of racketeering, two counts of corruptions, one count of money laundering and 12 counts of[…]

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D-Day for Zuma prosecution

It’s D-Day for Jacob Zuma. By midnight on Friday‚ a five-person prosecuting team will have to recommend to National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams whether or not to go ahead with the prosecution of the former president. In October last year Abrahams gave Zuma and the Democratic Alliance until[…]

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Zuma corruption charges ‘concerning’ for SA economy: Gigaba

Minister of Finance Malusi Gigaba has said that it’s “quite concerning” for the South African economy that corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma have been reinstated, saying it “raises the political risks”. He also said that he is in “full support” of a judicial commission of inquiry into corruption across[…]

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Zuma Nkandla probe centralised

Corruption charges laid against President Jacob Zuma over the so-called security upgrades at his Nkandla home by opposition parties have been centralised and are being investigated nationally, police spokesman Solomon Makgale said on Monday. “The charges were laid by opposition party members at many police stations,” Makgale said. “It was[…]

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Malema vows to beat corruption charges

EFF leader Julius Malema was confident of beating looming fraud, corruption, money-laundering, and racketeering charges against him, he said on Monday. “I do not fear anything, because I know I’ve not done anything wrong,” Malema told journalists outside the High Court in Pretoria. He was referring to his pending trial,[…]

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