Zondo can boldly ask ConCourt to find Zuma in contempt

It was, perhaps, inevitable. Two years and five months after first asking former president Jacob Zuma to reply to grand corruption allegations, the Zondo commission has been left to mull asking the Constitutional Court to find him in contempt and possibly impose a coercive prison penalty.

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