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Durban – The Zondo Commission, led by vice president equity Raymond Zondo who moved toward the Constitutional Court to prison previous president Jacob Zuma for scorn, says it is gathering its last report, and will at this point don't challenge his clinical parole. 

The commission has been refered to in court papers recorded in the North Gauteng High Court (Pretoria) by the DA and Afriforum (the Helen Suzman Foundation has additionally documented papers), testing the September 5 parole allowed by Correctional Services official, Arthur Fraser. 

Generally, the three gatherings are contending the parole was unreasonable, and Fraser exceeded the imprint and misjudged the demonstration which awards him the forces to singularly parole prisoners who are sick. This was after Fraser openly conceded that the inner clinical parole board decided that Zuma was in a steady condition, hence he was unable to fit the bill to be liberated on clinical grounds. 

Around then Zuma was carrying out a 15-month punishment for scorn of the Constitutional Court and he was imprisoned at Estcourt jail in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands prior to being conceded to a tactical medical clinic where he keeps on being dealt with. 

Yet, the Zondo Commission on Wednesday said it was as of now not keen on the matter.

Zondo commission backs off from challenging Jacob Zuma's medical parole (

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