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The Secret Is Finally Out, Zuma Complained About This Sensitive Issue To Ramaphosa

As Dali Mpofu continues to defend former President Jacob Zuma in court for the Arms Deal case, he revealed a very interesting thing about a complaint Zuma wrote about to Ramaphosa concerning the media.

As everyone probably knows by now, the media of South Africa loves Jacob Zuma a lot and knows his name always sells newspapers and leads people to click on an article quickly.

It seems like Zuma has caught notice of this and he's very unhappy about how he's treated and constantly belittled by the media.

Dali Mpofu has revealed in court today that Zuma was so frustrated about the way media treats him to the point where he even wrote to Ramaphosa complaining about how the media leaked his confidential medical information to the public.

So far Ramaphosa hasn't said anything about this so called letter, but since the media is still writing about Zuma to this day, its enough to conclude that he didn't do anything about the complaint.

Mpofu probably shouldn't have revealed that in court, because he's opened a can of worms for the rest of the people who are accused of something. They'll now start complaining to the President whenever the media writes something negative about them.

The media is doing its job of reporting, if there's people whom Zuma should be complaining about, are those close to him, because they are the ones who actually leaked the medical information. The media just did its job of reporting to the public.

Judging by the way Mpofu was arguing in court today, Msholozi is far away from victory as Mpofu didn't articulate himself well and on top of that, he was emotional in his responses the when NPA were asking questions about the whereabouts of Zuma, since he wasn't present in court.

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