Former president Jacob Zuma, who faces charges relating to alleged bribes paid to him by French arms company Thales during the multibillion-rand arms deal in the late 1990s, has applied for a permanent stay of prosecution. Speaking to supporters outside the KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg, Zuma said the charges against him were part of a "conspiracy".
Here Are the 'Spy Tapes' Quotes Heard in Zuma Case Today
News24Wire, 20 May 2019
During then-president Jacob Zuma and French arms dealer Thale's application for a permanent stay of prosecution on Monday, advocate Muzi Sikhakhane SC turned to transcripts of the… Read more »
Former president Jacob Zuma (file photo).
There Is a Witch Hunt Against Me, Zuma Tells Supporters Outside Court
Former President Jacob Zuma has labelled the corruption trial against him a politically-motivated witch hunt and says his lawyers will show the court how the NPA conspired to… Read more »
Prosecute the Prosecutors! Zuma Puts NPA On Trial
Daily Maverick, 21 May 2019
Jacob Zuma's attempt to have corruption charges against him dropped is a tall order, but that doesn't mean he'll go on trial any time soon. Read more »
Former president Jacob Zuma and French arms company Thales are facing charges of fraud, money laundering, corruption and racketeering for a series of alleged bribes paid to Zuma ... Read more »
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