The streets of Twitter are flooded with reactions and comments to a trending hashtag #ReleaseNDZStatements. Matters got risen particularly during the time when former President Jacob Zuma was summoned by the Constitutional court to avail himself to the Zondo State Capture Commission of inquiry. Upon refusing Former President started unleashing some files claiming that the SouthAfrican judiciary is failing and it is being biased and leaving the real criminals.
This has currently risen concerns in tweeterNdieni Rasikhithuma a ANC comrade tweeted “This elective conference at Nasrec showed people flames they are not going to recover and heal anytime soon they were stealing and funding their candidates from public purse “.
Africa Renaissance also tweeted “Why did Malema repeat Zuma's attack on Judges? Why are judges under attack by EFF and RET? What irks them about judges? Could it be that our Judiciary is about to expose them for who they really are to the South Africans? Are we heading for a Rubicon moment?”
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