ConCourt Reserves Judgement of Zuma-Zondo Case

Written by on 25 March, 2021

By: Sthulile Mdletshe

The State Capture Commission says it wont be calling for a suspended sentence or a fine, but rather want to see former President, Jacob Zuma, behind bars for two years.

Advocate Tembeka Ngcukaitobi made this statement in the Constitutional Court, representing the Commission.

The Commission wants the ConCourt to find Zuma guilty for being in contempt of court, after he ignored the summons and failed to appear to testify.

Zuma has steadfastly refused to appear before the commission to answer questions about allegations over his relationship with the controversial Gupta family.

He remains firm on his call for Zondo to recuse himself before he can appear at the commission to give his testimony.

Ngukaitobi says Zuma’s actions are a huge threat to the entire judiciary system of the country, as well as the constitution.

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The sitting was presided over by Justice Sisi Khampempe and the judgement has been reserved.

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