The Concourt will decide on the future of Jacob Zuma tomorrow if the parole that he was given by the correctional service was lawful or not and this might be where his future will take a huge turn, looking at how prison life has been treating him this day where he has spending time with doctors trying to take care of him.
Zuma made things worse when he was denying the National Prosecuting Authority doctors to examine him if he is ill and qualifies for his parole, and it's where many political parties started to appeal to court where they felt that this decision was unconstitutional.
There's a serious situation that is happening in the Anc leadership where they have been experiencing different views regarding this issue, but what was amazing is when the president accepted the decision that was taken by correctional services of granting him bail.
The current elections campaigns might affect the ruling party a lot where they had to work hard on making sure that they unite the party so that they can become victorious, because Zuma is most supported by the people of Kwazulu Natal where he was born and still reside in.
The province of Kwazulu Natal is the biggest in the country when it comes to several people who live in it which becomes the haunting ground of many parties who are trying to get a lot more support from it, and this makes Zuma the important person in the party.
Will the Anc make sure that the constitutional court rules in his favor because the election is near and this can affect them a lot in November during the election, because of the support that he has in the country which might make a huge turn when it comes to the voters.
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