Jacob Zuma Withdraws From Corruption Inquiry, Says He's Being Treated As 'Guilty'

Jacob Zuma, former President of South Africa has withdrawn from the corruption inquiry set up to probe his administration, saying that he would no longer give evidence in the probe over his administration.

Zuma’s lawyer Muzi Sikhakhane, according to Times Live, wrote to disclose that his client would no longer be giving evidence to the inquiry.

He wrote: “You will recall that on Monday, I expressed my reservations that a commission, which is a creature of statute, which has set out ground rules, writes a letter in June to say ‘we are...


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Published By: News., - Friday, 19 July