Has deciding whether Zuma should be jailed for contempt paralysed the ConCourt? It looks like it

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Former president Jacob Zuma.
Former president Jacob Zuma.
Thulie Dlamini, Gallo Images

With two weeks to go before the Zondo Commission is due to complete its work, the Constitutional Court's delay in ruling on the contempt case against Jacob Zuma may have ensured there is no hope of the former president ever testifying at the commission.

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