Zuma heads to SCA to continue 'spy tapes' court battle
President Jacob Zuma has filed his replying affidavit to the Supreme Court of Appeal in Bloemfontein, challenging a court ruling that he should face corruption charges.
In June, the high court in Pretoria dismissed Zuma’s leave to appeal its corruption decision.
The National Prosecuting Authority and Zuma’s lawyers
Judge Aubrey Ledwaba said that then-NPA head Mokotedi Mpshe had acted irrationally after coming under pressure.
Hilton Epstein, for the NPA, argued before the court earlier this month that
The charges were withdrawn in the high court in Durban on April