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More Bad News For Jacob Zuma After This Was Revealed To The Public

JOHANNESBURG - The Jacob Zuma Foundation isn't content with the current week's court administering conceding two media houses admittance to the previous president's assessment records. 

The High Court in Pretoria decided that insightful news coverage unit amaBhungane and business magazine, Financial Mail, should be permitted admittance to Zuma's duty history for the years somewhere in the range of 2010 and 2018. 

The media houses stopped an application to get to the records in November 2019. 


Notwithstanding, the Jacob Zuma Foundation's Mzwanele Manyi has approached the South African Revenue Service (Sars) to pursue the judgment. 

"This has suggestions in any event, for Sars. In their own accommodation, Sars has clarified that the issue of Sars being trusted not to part with data had been focal in the assortment of assessments from individuals. Since certainty has been broken by this court administering," Manyi said. 

Manyi said that they were additionally gauging their choices.

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