Ralph Mathekga | The law is straightforward, no one needs to convince Zuma to abide by court order

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Julius Malema and Jacob Zuma met for tea at Nkandla on Friday (Twitter, Julius Malema)
Julius Malema and Jacob Zuma met for tea at Nkandla on Friday (Twitter, Julius Malema)

Interventions from various political quarters have given the impression that Jacob Zuma needs some convincing in order for a court order to come into effect, but this should not be the case, writes Ralph Mathekga.

Former president Jacob Zuma and his allies have already torn apart a few pages from our Constitution.

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