Pay back the money: Jacob Zuma to pay R10-million for trying to block state capture report

Pay back the money: Jacob Zuma to pay R10-million for trying to block state capture report

Jacob Zuma has spent an estimated R10-million in tax payers money in numerous attempts to challenge the remedial action of the state capture report investigated by former public protector, Thuli Madonsela, report into state capture.

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Zuma's attempts to have the report set aside were unsuccessful and this has come at great expense.

The presidency has withdrawn its challenge to a personal costs order against Zuma which now leaves him to foot the bill.

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The DA is not satisfied with only R10-million and wants Zuma to pay back an additional R15.3-million which he has racked up fighting the charges related to the arms deal.

Zuma made a brief appearance in the Durban High Court where his case was pushed back to the 8th of June 2018.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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