Zuma was right when he said that there were people writing his name in the mud and this is happening now as there are people who are unhappy that he was released from prison.
Zuma was released in September after the constitutional court sentenced him 15 months in jail for contempt of court.
Zuma found guilty of contempt of constitutional court by not appearing in court when he is summoned by a court to be found guilty of violating the constitutional order of the court.
But the Jacob Zuma's legal team insists that the former president is terminally ill arguing that his medical parole challenge is based on smoke and mirrors.
The High Court in Pretoria heard an urgent application on Tuesday by the Helen Suzman Foundation, AfriForum and the Democratic Alliance (DA) to have the decision to grant Zuma medical parole set aside.
What happened when he was arrested would be less than what would happen now if they sent him back to prison.
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