Zuma could be held in contempt after leaving Zondo commission without permission


Former president Jacob Zuma, despite a summons for him to appear before the state capture commission, left the hearing on Thursday without asking deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo to excuse him.

This means that Zuma could be held in contempt of the commission, which is a criminal offence...

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