Zuma not opposing Zondo's ConCourt bid to force him to appear before inquiry

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Former president Jacob Zuma before the Zondo Commission in 2019.
Former president Jacob Zuma before the Zondo Commission in 2019.
PHOTO: Felix Dlangamandla, Netwerk24

The story: Former President Jacob Zuma has elected not to oppose a Constitutional Court bid to force him to appear before the state capture inquiry.

The details: Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo turned to the land's highest courts after a few public fracases with Zuma, who recently walked out of one of his appearances at the inquiry.

The background: Zuma has to respond to a host of allegations regarding organs of the state which were allegedly captured and used to enrich certain people and business entities during his reign as president.

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