Mondli Makhanya | Avoiding the road to the judicial jungle

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The Constitutional Court.
The Constitutional Court.
Alon Skuy, Gallo Images, Sowetan

MONDLI MAKHANYA

Former Zimbabwean minister and erstwhile Zanu-PF strongman Jonathan Moyo saw fit to offer his three Zim dollars’ worth on the integrity of South Africa’s apex court.

This followed the court’s rejection of Zuma’s desperate bid to have it rescind its June ruling that he be incarcerated for contempt. That ruling came after he defied both the Zondo commission of inquiry’s summons to appear before it and the subsequent Constitutional Court order enforcing the summons.

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