The Supreme Court of Appeal has turned down former President's Jacob Zuma 's appeal of a personal cost order relating to his corruption trial.
The High Court found that there was no legal basis for the State to pay for Zuma's corruption trial.He wanted the Supreme Court to come to a different decision about him being stripped of state-funded fees for his fraud and corruption trial.The Economic Freedom Fighters and the Democratic Alliance took legal action against Zuma to ensure that he pays back the costs for his legal representation that have been paid for by the State.
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You may as well have the attachment order issued now. He will continue to refuse until goods are physically carried out of his house. corruption Good news, anyway his lawyers ar misleading him because of the free money. If he pays from his pockets then he will start respecting the law. And you just had to use that picture 🤣🤣😂😂
This, just a day before he is expected to submit an affidavit to the ConCourt stating what appropriate imprisonment term he should be given. It never rains for the old man but pours. Way to go. 🤣🤣🤣🤣😱