The sighting of former South African president Jacob Zuma at a casino has elicited angry emotions from many people online.
Zuma was captured on camera in public for the first time after being granted parole after serving 15 months in prison for disobeying a Constitutional Court ruling.
Zuma was having a "meeting" at the casino owned by his pal, Durban businessman Vivian Reddy, according to the Sunday Times.
After receiving a medical report on Zuma's health, the Department of Corrections placed him on medical parole last month.
Arthur Fraser, the commissioner of correctional services, admits to overruling a recommendation that Zuma be denied release.
Zuma is serving the last three months of his 15-month sentence in a "community corrections system.
After receiving a medical report on Zuma's health, the Department of Correctional Services placed him on medical parole last month.
Arthur Fraser, the commissioner of correctional services, revealed that he had overturned a recommendation that Zuma not be granted parole.
Zuma is serving the final months of his 15-month prison sentence in a "community corrections system."
Zuma was sentenced to 15 months in prison for contempt of court in June and is serving his sentence at the Estcourt Correctional Centre in KwaZulu-Natal. After failing to attend at the state capture inquiry, he was sentenced by the Constitutional Court.
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