What was Said Between South African Ruling Party Heads, Zuma?

The ruling African National Congress has said that a meeting between former president Jacob Zuma and the top six members of the party went well, though indications are that Zuma will continue to cold-shoulder the Zondo Commission looking into state capture, writes Ferial Haffajee for Daily Maverick. Zuma - who missed a court deadline to file a responding affidavit to the contempt of court application brought by the Zondo Commission - reportedly told the ANC Top six that he was being set up by a biased judge (Zondo) and that he had been treated unfairly by former public protector Thuli Madonsela.


Former president Zuma (file photo).

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