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Zondo report recommends Jacob Zuma be investigated for Transnet corruption

The Zondo commission found evidence to suggest that Transnet was the primary site of state capture in financial terms.

KZN coalition talks may rope in Jacob Zuma for ANC

The Economic Freedom Fighters are said to have made an attempt to convince Herman Mashaba to consider an ANC alliance in Gauteng

Why is Jacob Zuma still so popular?

The former president and the ‘RET’ faction will not bring the changes South Africa sorely needs

The incarceration of Jacob Zuma is poetic justice

During his tenure as president he enabled state capture and the building of the prison industrial complex

Jacob Zuma’s long walk to prison

The ex-president will be imprisoned for contempt of court, like a local Al Capone. Whether the NPA pursues state capture charges remains to be seen

Jacob Zuma Foundation denounces constitutional court ruling sending former president to jail

Judges were emotional and ignored the constitution, says foundation spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi

Another wait for Jacob Zuma’s day in court

A challenge to the racketeering case against co-accused Thales will be heard only next year

Watch it again: Jacob Zuma corruption trial day one

The former president's long awaited day in court has finally arrived

Editorial: Jacob Zuma, please explain

'As former president Jacob Zuma sat at the Zondo commission this week, many South Africans were left feeling distrustful ourselves'

Zondo commission awaits a star witness — Jacob Zuma

South Africans may well be seduced by the prospect of Zuma appearing at the Zondo commission, but he wasn't alone in driving the state capture project

Jacob Zuma says his case is different

The high court will need to decide whether there was political interference in the Zuma prosecution and, if so, how the law will treat it

Rewind to 2005: Jacob Zuma has been charged

NPA boss Abrahams announced decision in Pretoria on Friday

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