- Duduzane Zuma will soon face charges of state capture and culpable homicide
- He recently returned from Dubai where he had been staying for an extended period of time
- The state capture charges related to the alleged bribery attempt of former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas
Former president Jacob Zuma's son, Dudazane Zuma is set to face charges of corruption for his role in the alleged bribing of former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas.
Duduzane Zuma's legal options have run out and will appear in court on Monday as well as on Thursday. The apppearance on Thursday relates to charges of culpable homicide.
Briefly.co.za learned that the former president's son had recently returned to South Africa following an extended stay in Dubai, upon his return her was held for questioning according to thesouthafrican.com.
The state capture charges date back to 2015 when businessman Fana Hlongwane and the older Gupta brother Ajay along with Duduzane allegedly offered the former finance minister a R600 million bribe along with the promotion to finance minister.
The Hawks have identified Ajay Gupta as the main suspect in the alleged bribe which took place at the Gupta's Saxonwald complex.
Duduzane will be alone in the docks as Ajay Gupta is still at large overseas, either in Dubai or his homeland of India.
The culpable homicide charges are being laid against Duduzane four years after the event in which his Porsche ploughed into a taxi and killed two passengers.
Initially the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) had not wanted to charge Duduzane but now along with former state prosecutor and now the attorney for AfriForum, Gerri Nel, the NPA has decided to formerly charge the former president's son.
It has been a hard week for Duduzane, his brother recently passed away and upon his arrival in South Africa he was detained for questioning.
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