Prosecutor Bulelwa Vimbane has told the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court that a lengthy postponement was required to finalise the investigation into Duduzane Zuma who has been charged with corruption, alternatively conspiracy to commit corruption, relating to an alleged U.S.$45 million offer made to former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.
Duduzane Zuma On U..S.$7400 Bail as Case Postponed to 2019
News24Wire, 9 July 2018
Duduzane Zuma was shackled and had a nervous smile when he arrived in the Johannesburg Commercial Crimes Court on a chilly Monday morning. Read more »
Jacob Zuma's Son Duduzane to Appear in Court
Duduzane Zuma will appear in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Johannesburg on Monday, his lawyer confirmed over the weekend. Read more »
Duduzane Zuma (file photo).
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According to The Times, a second decision by the National Prosecuting Authority to not indict Duduzane Zuma for his role in a car accident that left one woman dead and three people ... Read more »
The Daily Maverick's Scorpio investigative unit has reportedly uncovered that Duduzane Zuma, President Jacob Zuma's son, was given residency in Dubai in the United Arab Emirates ... Read more »
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