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President Ramaphosa files papers to interdict Zuma’s private prosecution

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President Cyril Ramaphosa

President Cyril Ramaphosa has launched an urgent application in the Gauteng High Court to interdict former President Jacob Zuma‘s  private prosecution against him.

Ramaphosa wants the high court to declare Zuma’s private prosecution invalid, unlawful and unconstitutional and set it aside.

Former party and South African President Jacob Zuma has accused his successor, President Cyril Ramaphosa of corruption and committing treason following the Phala Phala farm robbery scandal.

Former party and South African President Jacob Zuma has accused his successor, President Cyril Ramaphosa of corruption and committing treason following the Phala Phala farm robbery scandal.

The Jacob Zuma Foundation announced that Ramaphosa was charged in a private prosecution with the criminal offence of being accessory after the fact in the crimes committed by among others Adv Downer namely, breaching the provisions of the NPA Act.

“The private prosecution has been duly instituted by HE. President JG Zuma in the Johannesburg High Court where the Accused person will make his first appearance on 19 January 2023.” said Zuma in a Statement

President Cyril Ramaphosa rejects Jacob Zuma’s private prosecution processes

 

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