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Former president Jacob Zuma has asked Deputy Justice Raymond Zondo to recuse himself.
Former president Jacob Zuma has asked Deputy Justice Raymond Zondo to recuse himself.
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Former president Jacob Zuma made headlines on Monday when he asked commission of inquiry into state capture chairperson Deputy Justice Raymond Zondo to recuse himself due to his "biased disposition" towards him.

In a letter drafted by his legal team, Mabuza Attorneys, Zuma said he was of the view he had been "targeted" by the commission.

Zuma has missed at least three scheduled appearances, citing, among others, ill health. 

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