AS IT HAPPENED: Zuma's legal team concedes decision to drop criminal charges irrational

2017-09-14 09:30

President Jacob Zuma has faced yet another legal hurdle in the Supreme Court of Appeal as he seeks leave to appeal the decision by the High Court in Pretoria on the spy tapes saga.

Follow News24 journalist Matshidiso Madia live from the court.

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Court reserves judgment, adjourned

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I have no further submissions to make to damage my case further, says Epstein

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DA done, Epstein back to face the judges

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Rosenberg argues that Zuma's prosecution can go ahead

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"How much longer are you going to be?" asks a blunt Judge Navsa

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Judges not letting up on Sean Rosenberg for Democratic Alliance

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Kemp gets a laugh at the end with: "A lot of people thought a lot of wrong things about this matter"

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Now Justice Leach asks the critical question: "What about costs?"

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Kemp looks as if he has a trump card up his sleeve

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Justice Cachalia says he is confused that Zuma's "political conspiracy" motive has been dismissed by Kemp

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Kemp appears to have agreed with Justice Navsa that there should be a trial

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NPA's Epstein says Kemp's argument has not helped him

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Kemp: Zuma's argument was always that you must look at all those things together

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Navsa asking Kemp whether he is making common cause with Epstein "It's not a trick question," says Navsa

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Kemp is quite expressive in his argument, judges not entertaining him much

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Cachalia now making an argument to Kemp

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Navsa: "I wonder where this exercise is going?"

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Deep concentration from Justice Navsa as Kemp talks

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Kemp J Kemp is Senior Counsel on Kwazulu-Natal Bar

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We're back

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Justice Azhar Cachalia has published: Fundamental Rights in the New Constitution 1995

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Justice Mahomed Solomon Navsa was born on 24 May 1957 in Edenvale. He has three children

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Finally Hilton Epstein can step down, up next is legal heavyweight, Advocate Kemp J Kemp for President Jacob Zuma

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In a sense it's chicken soup, isn't it? Asks Justice Navsa

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