Image: Sandile Ndlovu ( Times live)
As Justice Zondo fumes over the absence of Jacob Zuma, his homestead is having a braai at Nkandla .It seems former president Jacob Zuma has too much support for someone involved in massive alleged corruption. According to Times Live Supporters of retired president Jacob Zuma accused of state capture, huddled in their masses outside Nkandla today. Moods were running at full speed as Umkhonto we Sizwe Military Veterans Association (MKMVA) shriek in unison and dance along the road leading to the Nkandla homestead. Tents have been set up and 'potjies' are on fire making food, for the hungry supporters. This comes as Deputy Chief Justice Raymond Zondo today announced the Commission of Inquiry into State Capture will make an application to the Constitutional Court pursuing an order declaring that former president Jacob Zuma is guilty of contempt of court. Justice Zondo announced the ConCourt could either require a term of imprisonment on Zuma or a fine, but the committee would be seeking imprisonment.
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