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President Jacob Zuma received bad news on his taxes

The High Court in the republic of South Africa has ruled that two media houses can have access to former president Jacob Zuma's tax records. Judge orders South African Revenue Services (SARS) to provide Jacob Zuma's tax records to Amabhungane and Financial Mail within 10 days.

This is very bad news to the former president of the republic of South Africa on his personal staff since tax records are believed to be personal things which cannot just be shared with anyone.

Carl Niehaus shared the following in support of the former president Jacob Zuma, "Tax records are legally proteced information, but the High Court rules that the media can have access to the former President Jacob Zuma's tax records. The same High Court sealed the CR-17 bank accounts, which should not be protected information. Our judiciary are captured. Cry our beloved country!".

Some believe that the former president of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress is being targeted by those who don't love him such as the current president of the republic of South Africa and African National Congress Cyril Matamela Ramaphosa and his allies.

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