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Bad news received by Jacob Zuma

Former South African President <a class=Jacob Zuma (C) greets his supporters inside a police station in Pietermaritzburg on 21 October 2021 where Zuma is laying a criminal complaint against Billy Downer, the state's chief prosecutor in his corruption case."/>JOHANNESBURG - The Democratic Alliance (DA) has contended in the High Court in Pretoria that since somebody is sick it doesn't get them a free drop of prison. 

The Helen Suzman Foundation, AfriForum and the DA are testing Jacob Zuma's delivery on clinical parole in September after he was detained for disdain of court in July. 

Previous Correctional Services manager Arthur Fraser settled on the choice to deliver Zuma notwithstanding the clinical parole warning board advising against it. 

The DA's promoter Ismail Jamie said the choice to deliver the previous president on clinical parole had not been advocated. 

"To point it back to segment 42, any of the elements recorded in Section 42.2b I ought to have as of now insinuated, so the governing body requires a reasonable way to deal with be taken on to clinical parole. The simple reality you are sick or debilitated doesn't imply that you get a free drop of prison."

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Arthur Fraser DA Democratic Alliance Helen Suzman Foundation Ismail Jamie


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