Zuma expected back home today after receiving medical treatment in Cuba

Jacob Zuma, Radical Economic Transformation, Jacob Zuma Arrest Warrant

Zuma expected back home today after receiving medical treatment in Cuba

Jacob Zuma, Radical Economic Transformation

2/22/2020

Zuma expected back home today after receiving medical treatment in Cuba

The former president is returning to the country amid mounting anticipation over the outcome various proceedings against him – including his corruption case.

JOHANNESBURG – After weeks of speculation about his health, former President Jacob Zuma is expected to arrive at OR Tambo International Airport on Saturday morning. Zuma's representatives claimed he has been receiving medical treatment in Cuba for an undisclosed illness. The former president is returning to the country amid mounting anticipation over the outcome various proceedings against him – including his corruption case –where a warrant of arrest was issued against him should he fail to appear in May. Zuma’s supporters are expected to give him a thunderous welcome when he arrives. A group called the Radical Economic Transformation maintains the corruption charges against the former president are politically motivated and are calling for his acquittal. Zuma and French arms company Thales face charges related to the multi-billion-rand arms deal. Judge Dhaya Pillay was not satisfied with the sick note his lawyers handed to the Pietermaritzburg high court to prove that Zuma was too ill to appear for his pre-trial. This led to the issuing of an arrest warrant for the former President, which sparked an attack on the judiciary. It remains to be seen whether the man at the centre of the controversy will provide much-needed clarity about the role he played in alleged maladministration during his tenure. WATCH: Warrant of arrest issued for Zuma Read more: Eyewitness News

Zuma expected home from Cuba Jacob Zuma has been receiving medical treatment in the Caribbean island for the past couple of months.

Zuma’s supporters rally ahead of his arrival from CubaNow i see there is no ANC only personality 🤣🤣🤣 Foolishness of the highest order. It will be a meeting of idiots and looters meeting to welcome and celebrate foolishness! “O simple ones, learn prudence; O fools, learn sense” (Proverbs 8:5). niehaus_carl.

Zuma supporters feel politically persecutedThe Radical Economic Transformation group says it will welcome home former president Jacob Zuma on Saturday, who has been reportedly receiving medical treatment abroad. This is a foolish strategy, it worked previously because people believed Zuma, he has now been exposed as a Liar. Oh just leave uMsholozi alone, he has done a lot of good jobs for South Africans humbly 'n respectfully ✊ we pray with you Mr President, JZ. Persecuted politically by whom?

Zuma played no role in my appointment at SAA - Dudu MyeniFormer SAA board chairperson Dudu Myeni told the North Gauteng High Court that former president Jacob Zuma played no role in her appointment on the board of the state owned airline. IsaacPat

No legal proof Zuma has agreed to give Mkhwebane access to his tax details, says Sars bossEdward Kieswetter says in court papers Zuma's tweet does not qualify as taxpayer consent according to the law Was there a legal proof on this tweet

Zuma to return to SA this weekend - SABC News - Breaking news, special reports, world, business, sport coverage of all South African current events. Africa's news leader.Former President Jacob Zuma will return to the country on Saturday from Cuba where he has been receiving medical treatment. Buya baba. Usazokhala u voster no Smith Nxamalala soon. Kuza isikhatha Lana sizoncamela ukufa Kuna lento. Don’t forget to bring your sick note Jacob



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