- Former president Jacob Zuma will have to appear in court on 16 charges related to fraud and corruption
- Astrologists and a sangoma have both predicted that Zuma will avoid jail but that he has a difficult time ahead
- Zuma will appear in court on Friday
Astrologist Priscilla Olivier and Durban-based sangoma Makhosi Ngcobo, both believe that former president, Jacob Zuma, will not go to jail.
“His case will take years to resolve. There will also be many twists and those who push for the charges will also be implicated,” Ngcobo said, using bones to predict the outcome.
Ngcobo also said Zuma’s close allies would betray him, but he would find new supporters.
Olivier, in studying Zuma's birth chart, said that he would regret some of his actions, but jail was not on the cards.
“Considering Zuma’s age, I believe he would gain more sympathy. His sense of spirit is childlike in that he tends to get drawn into uncomfortable situations and is quite trusting as a child would be,” she said.
Briefly.co.za understands Olivier said Zuma's chart also revealed a secretive personality and predicted his trial would be postponed.
“And I wouldn’t be surprised if later in the day, something surprising or unusual happens,” she added.
“Unfortunately, like many wealthy people, he will believe he is above the law and untouchable, therefore he will not receive a heavy sentence and I doubt will spend time behind bars.”
Mahesh Bang, an Indian astrologer, also believed Zuma’s trial would be delayed.
“In Zuma’s chart, the planet moon is greatly affected by two malefic planets. Because of this he was pushed to resign. In 2020, the planet Saturn will transit over the Capricorn sign, inevitably causing more hurdles in Zuma’s life,” he said.
“During the period of Saturn over Capricorn, Zuma must be cautious about his health. He will be acquitted on some charges and found guilty of others,” Bang added.
Zuma will appear in the Durban High Court on Friday to face 16 charges ranging from fraud to corruption and racketeering.
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