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Avoid citizens cash: Zuma appealing state Capture judgment

For whatever length of time that President Jacob Zuma isn’t utilising taxpayer’s money to appeal Gauteng North High Court State Capture judgment, Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) welcome his humiliating moves in an attempt to contradict the judges’ ruling.

“We have certainty that the Supreme Court will humiliate him again and maintain the High Court judgment as well as request him to pay cost from his own particular pocket,” EFF National Spokesperson Mbuyiseni Ndlozi said in a statement on Friday.

Ndlozi said it is clear that the man [Zuma] has lost all ability to feel disgrace.

“It isn’t just humiliating that he is battling to name a judge in a commission that will investigate him. It is likewise a flawless sign that he wishes to undermine the request itself by either deferring it or undermining it from a lawful standards purpose of view. This is on the grounds that a commission designated by him when he is additionally to be investigated will be tested as inclination because of the irreconcilable situation,” said Ndlozi.

Remedial action ordered President Zuma to designate a commission of inquiry into state capture yet requested that the Chief Justice, and not the President, ought to pick the judge to manage the commission.

Democratic Alliance (DA) Federal Council Chairperson James Selfe said President Zuma is following his own particular well-beaten track of engaging anything or everything that conflicts with him in the courts.

“His grounds of advance were all around navigated by the Gauteng North High Court, and there is nothing unique in them. He is deferring the inescapable and wasting time of the courts. He plainly needs to defer the arrangement of the commission for whatever length of time that conceivable, with the goal that witnesses can overlook, and proof can be obliterated.,” said Selfe



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