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Is Mmusi Maimane trying to pick a fight against Zuma?-This is what he said

The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) has confirmed that Jacob Zuma will receive treatment during probation, a move that may arouse backlash.

Statement by Mmusi

Jacob Zuma was granted medical parole, why should he buy it? Since last month, Zuma has been receiving treatment for a mysterious disease and has been transferred from a cell in Estegu Prison to a local hospital. Earlier this week, Zuma's team refused to disclose unidentified health issues to NPA. It seems that the \u201csilent broadcast\u201d strategy has already brought rewards to uBaba and its lawyers. The 79-year-old will now spend the rest of his sentence under the community corrections system. In short, Jacob Zuma will no longer need to stay in prison. After the former president was sentenced to 15 months probation in late June, there has been an astonishing development. DCS explains why Msholozi was released. One week after ConCourt overturned the landmark sentence, Zuma was arrested in a dramatic night operation. However, he only served one month in prison before being transferred to a medical institution. In describing the reasons for approving Mr. Zuma's medical parole, DCS explained that the high-profile prisoner met the release criteria because his illness severely restricted his daily activities. They also classified the former head of state as a "low-risk prisoner" and asked the public to treat JZ with respect and dignity. "DCS can confirm that Jacob Zuma has been receiving treatment probation. His eligibility depends on the medical reports we receive. Prisoners can be considered to have diseases that severely restrict their daily activities."


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