City Press ICYMI: Zuma off the hook, Spies blow R1.5m

2017-09-17 17:07
President Jacob Zuma. (Pic: Liesl Peyer, Fin24)

President Jacob Zuma. (Pic: Liesl Peyer, Fin24)

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Why Zuma won't get his day in court

The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and lawyers for President Jacob Zuma are considering a plan to ensure that it will be many years before the country’s first citizen gets to have his day in court.

The plan emerged after Zuma’s advocate, Kemp J Kemp, made a dramatic concession at the Supreme Court of Appeal on Thursday.

SA spy agency 'mismanaged' R1.5bn

The State Security Agency (SSA) has allegedly spent more than a billion rand in irregular expenditure over the past five years – and now refuses to account for this because its operations are “classified”.  

How Zweli 'misled' Khwezi

A new book reveals how ANC presidential hopeful Zweli Mkhize tried to manipulate President Jacob Zuma’s rape accuser into dropping the charges against him.

Khwezi and written by journalist and radio personality Redi Tlhabi, contains allegations about how state institutions and resources were used against Fezekile “Khwezi” Kuzwayo, so she would flounder when testifying against Zuma, a man she called “Malume”, and who was her father’s best friend.

What will the Book of Jacob say?

Just a few hours after he had conceded through his lawyers that the National Prosecuting Authority’s (NPA’s) decision in 2009 to drop charges against him was irrational, President Jacob Zuma threatened to write a book.

Read more on:    city press  |  jacob zuma  |  fezekile kuzwayo
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