South African Court Reserves Judgment in Zuma 'Spy Tapes' Case
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has conceded that former head Mokotedi Mpshe's decision not to prosecute Zuma on corruption charges was irrational, causing the Supreme Court of Appeal to reserve judgment. In 2016, a full bench of judges overturned the NPA's decision to drop the corruption charges against Zuma that related to fraud, racketeering and money laundering.
South Africa: Appeal Court Ruling - Will Zuma Have His Day in Court?
Daily Maverick, 14 September 2017
On Thursday, the Supreme Court of Appeal needed less than four hours to conclude its hearings. The case at hand: President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority's… Read more »
News24Wire, 14 September 2017
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has reserved judgment after President Jacob Zuma and the National Prosecuting Authority conceded that former NPA head Mokotedi Mpshe's decision… Read more »
President Jacob Zuma (file photo).
The Democratic Alliance will face President Jacob Zuma in court this week on two matters - asking the court to compel the president to appoint a panel of inquiry into state ... Read more »