Previous president, Jacob Zuma's defilement case in court
This is as indicated by the Jacob Zuma Establishment representative Mzwanele Manyi.
Manyi says the charges have been documented in an affirmation by Zuma's legal counselors.
"To go against what the legal counselors of President Zuma have put on the table. They have put there a claim, an extremely amazing charge that Billy Killjoy has been releasing clinical records. What's more, the subtleties of those spillages and timings are completely contained in the testimony that has been documented. So we call upon media to proceed to check the record in the court of the application made by the legitimate group of President Zuma."
Manyi adds that President Cyril Ramaphosa has been told of the supposed breaks.
"This grievance has been raised with President Ramaphosa. What's more, he burned through no time in liking the reality of the matter and he has effectively dispatched his own examination concerning Billy Killjoy. As things stand he has taught Clergyman Lamola to manage the matter and part of what Mr Lamola has been mentioned to do or educated to do is that he should raise the matter with the legitimate guidance."
In June, the previous president made an application to the High Court for Killjoy to recuse himself as investigator in the defilement preliminary.
Zuma's reasons were that Killjoy acted in a legitimately and politically compromising way.
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