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Arrest warrant issued for no-show Zuma

The high court wants more details about the nature of the illness preventing the former president from appearing on corruption charges

Zuma corruption trial postponed to 2020

Delay allows the former president to seek to appeal the order refusing him a permanent stay of prosecution in arms deal case

A stay of prosecution for Zuma would threaten the rule of law — state

State argues that it is important for the law to treat important public officials the same as everybody else

LIVESTREAM: Zuma application for stay of prosecution in graft case

Zuma’s team argues that there was so much political and improper external interference that he will not get a fair trial

Shaun Abrahams had no legal power to reinstate Thales prosecution, court hears

The French-owned company, which is former president Jaob Zuma’s co-accused on corruption charges, is seeking to permanently halt its prosecution

LIVESTREAM: Zuma application, first day of hearing

Zuma’s team argues that there was so much political and improper external interference that he will not get a fair trial

Editorial: People of honour — Your time is now

'In last week’s vote, the ANC was offered a lifeline by a public anxious to see its choice validated by action'

Zuma says trial is politically motivated, case postponed until May

The application for a permanent stay of prosecution, lodged by Zuma’s legal team two weeks ago, will be argued over three days before next year

Zuma joins Thales in seeking permanent stay of prosecution on corruption charges

The former president is expected to have followed French company Thales' application in arguing that the 17-year-old case was old

Zuma expected to file papers seeking a permanent stay of prosecution

Zuma's counsel argued that the case had a 17-year history and that it would be impossible for them to prepare in a month

Zuma abused his office and should not receive special treatment, court hears

The Presidency has previously said the state would carry on covering Zuma's legal fees until a court decides otherwise

Cope: ANC, Zuma are the problem, not the judiciary

Cope National Chairperson, Pakes Dikgetsi, said Cope was extremely disturbed by the posture taken by the ANC supporters outside the court.

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