As everyone probably knows now, the high court ruled that Jacob Zuma's Tax Records must be handed to two media houses as Msholozi is a person of interest to the public.
As you'd expect, as soon as the verdict was ushered in court and reported to social media, many South Africans rushed to the comments section to air their views on this whole matter of Msholozi receiving another knockout in the court of law, 2 weeks after losing a bid to remove Billy Downer as state prosecuter in his Arms Deal trial.
Many started questioning the Judiciary of South Africa and even went as far as to accuse it of favoritism and being used as a weapon to fight political battles between Cyril Ramaphosa and Jacob Zuma.
Now the 100 thousand trillion rand question, "who are the two media house that will receive Zuma's Tax records"??....well this is a simple answer that can be answered in 4 words: Financial Mail and Amabhungane.
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