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Zuma is trying to 'place himself above the law' - Zondo 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 State Capture Inquiry has accused former president Jacob Zuma of trying to "place himself above the law" by defying the summons and directives issued against him by Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo.

"This is intolerable in a society which is founded on constitutional supremacy and equality before the law," inquiry secretary Professor Itumeleng Mosala stated in an affidavit filed at the Constitutional Court on Thursday.

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