The soccer Laduma team has been led to believe that the attacker was questioned about his behavior in the village last week, following allegations that he had been arrested while under the influence of alcohol and freed on bond.
Zuma's suspension from all club activities was not an indication that he had been found guilty, according to Kaizer Chiefs, but it was just proper protocol when anyone linked with the club was being investigated for misbehavior.
The outcome of the hearing has yet to be published, but Soccer Laduma has learned that the internal process to determine whether Zuma's suspension should be extended or whether he should be penalized has been completed.
When details of the claims surfaced ahead of the Soweto Derby between Chiefs and Orlando Pirates on November at FNB stadium, the 26-year-old faced a gloomy future, according to club sources.
Chiefs are rumored to be interested in swapping him for Stellenbosch FC goalkeeper Ashley Du Preez.
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