Green light for Zuma arms bargain debasement preliminary after Thales loses court offer JOHANNESBURG: The arms bargain debasement preliminary including previous President Jacob Zuma and French arms organization Thales is edging nearer to commencing at the Pietermaritzburg High Court. This comes after the court excused Thales' endeavor to challenge the racketeering charges it faces, with costs. The court's decision, given over yesterday, could see the case which has delayed for near twenty years at last
Zuma could meander out before plan as May after Thales picks not for guarantee court directing Past president Jacob Zuma could go being assessed for defilement when May this year – after his tainting co-accused, French arms alliance Thales, demonstrated that it will not seek after its genuine test to the racketeering charge against it. Public Prosecuting Authority delegate Sipho Ngwema insisted to News24 that Thales had educated the state it would not draw in the Kwazulu-Natal High Court's emphatic dismissal
NPA 'looking forward' to demonstrating its argument against Jacob Zuma and Thales in court Durban - The National Prosecuting Authority has invited the choice of the High Court in Pietermaritzburg to toss out the application by French arms organization Thales to challenge the racketeering charges against it. It said on Friday that the choice would now take into account the preliminary to proceed. Thales is accused of previous president Jacob Zuma in the high court and the case has been delaying through
Former South African president Jacob Zuma is in another difficult situation as his braggart is finally arrested after a shocking revelation from his corruption co-occused French arms company Thales made it known that they will not be pursuing a legal battle against their corruption charges. According to the reports confirmed by News24 through National Prosecuting Authority spokesperson Sipho Ngwema who made it known that Thales had notified the state it would not be appealing the Kwazulu-Natal High Court's emphatic
National Prosecuting Authority said today they are having a line up of 217 witnesses who are ready to testify against Jacob Zuma and French company Thales corruption case.The former president and Thales are facing corruption, money laundering and racketeering charges linked to the multi-billion-rand arms deal.
Court decides that French arms firm, along side Jacob Zuma, should confront defilement preliminary in SA The National Prosecuting Authority said they are "anticipating the criminal hearing," as the Thales court challenge spoke to the last obstacle for Zuma's defilement preliminary to continue. The KwaZulu-Natal High Court in Pietermaritzburg has excused with costs French arms organization Thales' offered to challenge the racketeering accuse it faces along of previous president Jacob Zuma. Thales' offered
The former president Jacob Zuma he does what he wants, he doesn't want to hear about About Zondo ,Zuma is facing Zuma is facing one count of racketeering. This two counts of corruption, one count of money laundering and 12 counts of fraud for allegedly receiving bribe money from Thales via his former financial adviser, Schabir Shaik. The case relates to the country’s contentious arms deal, in which Thales secured a multi-billion rand contract to supply combat systems for the South African navy. Thales is facing