Zuma ‘actively attacking’ Zondo probe, Constitutional Court told
The state capture inquiry is asking SA’s highest court to force the ex-president to obey a new summons
Former president Jacob Zuma was not only avoiding giving evidence before the state capture inquiry — he was “actively attacking the legitimacy and credibility of the commission, its chairperson and its work”.
This is according to commission secretary Itumeleng Mosala in an affidavit filed before the Constitutional Court.
The state capture inquiry on Thursday filed its urgent application to the Constitutional Court asking it to order Zuma to comply with a new summons to appear and give evidence in January and February next year...