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Please pray for Jacob Zuma, as this could happen on Monday. Here's some more information.

Zuma, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa, is a South African politician who served as the country's fourth president from 2009 to 2018. His initials JZ and clan name Msholozi are also used to refer to him. Msholodzi looks to have been involved in a lot of wrongdoing during his tenure, and Ramaphosa and the NPA have no intention of letting him off the hook.

As we all know, Msholodzi was scheduled to return to court in December following Ramaphosa's release, and many people questioned how Auther Fraser got him out of jail. However, attorney Mongzi Ntanga said that Zuma's lawyers, advocates Dali Mpofu and Thabani, were already on vacation at the time.

However, it appears that his days in the free world are short, as he only has three days to return to court, and if he loses, he will spend the rest of his life in prison. Duduzile Zuma, his daughter, revealed this on Twitter last night, pleading with Mzansi to pray for Msholodzi's victory.

However, the NPA has filed more fraud and corruption charges against Msholodzi for his partnership with the Guptas, which resulted in the state losing more than R1 trillion in 2016. Msholodzi now has more than two cases pending against him, which is bad news for an elderly guy like him because if he loses the case, he might face genuine jail time.

Msholodzi is feeling the pinch because he lost a lot of money last year dealing with his health and legal bills. Zuma, in particular, needs everyone's prayers since he's running out of money and is dealing with difficult corruption investigations that appear to be weighing him down.

His court case will be held at the Pietermaritzburg High Court on the 31st of January, from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

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