Karyn Maughan | Jacob Zuma hates the courts - but he won't stop using them to avoid accountability

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Embattled former president Jacob Zuma.
Embattled former president Jacob Zuma.
PHOTO: Tebogo Letsie/City Press

Former president Jacob Zuma continues to accuse the judiciary of being captured while he launches baseless litigation to attack the legitimacy of any process that seeks to hold him accountable. As Karyn Maughan asks, at what point will this abuse end?

When the Constitutional Court first ordered Jacob Zuma to appear before the State Capture Inquiry and answer questions about his term in office, the former president was adamant he would not co-operate with it - even if that meant going to jail.

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