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Zuma corruption case expected to resume in his absence

CAPE TOWN - Former President Jacob Zuma's defilement case will be back under the watchful eye of the High Court in Pietermaritzburg on Tuesday morning. 

While the ex-stateman has been questionably conceded clinical parole, he's not normal to show up. 

Zuma and arms creator Thales face misrepresentation, join and racketeering charges identified with the 1999 arms bargain. 

He is presently out on clinical parole in the wake of serving only a couple of months of a 15-month sentence at the Estcourt Correctional Center. 

This follows his sentence to detainment by the Constitutional Court for showing disdain to the zenith court. 

At the point when Zuma last showed up under the watchful eye of the High Court in Pietermaritzburg, Judge Piet Koen dismissed the case after parties consented to permit time for the appraisal of his clinical records. 

Judge Koen likewise said the matter should get back to open court without any Zuma. 

Zuma is blamed for accepting kickbacks from French organization, Thales, and getting more than 700 installments adding up to R4 million. 

His legitimate group had recently told the court that the previous president needed to affirm face to face concerning why he ought to be cleared of debasement allegations without being investigated.

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