Duduzane Zuma goes back to Dubai to be with pregnant wife

Duduzane Zuma goes back to Dubai to be with pregnant wife

- Duduzane Zuma faces charges of corruption as well as 2 counts of culpable homicide

- Zuma's lawyer confirmed he has returned to Dubai until his next court appearance on 23 August

- Zuma left the country to be with his pregnant wife, Shanice

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Duduzane Zuma has returned to Dubai to be with his pregnant wife, Shanice, during what could possibly be her last few weeks before birth.

Former president Jacob Zuma's son Duduzane is accused of corruption and his trial is ongoing.

Duduzane has appeared in court for this case but it was postponed and Duduzane had to agree to strict bail conditions, as reported on earlier by Briefly.co.za.

After his court appearance, Duduzane was released on bail of R100 000 and had to hand over his passports.

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EWN reports that Duduzane's lawyer has confirmed the return of the corruption-accused Zuma to Dubai.

Duduzane would have had to hand in a complete and detailed travel itinerary to officials before he could leave the country.

Duduzane is expected to return to South Africa to be present at his court appearance in his culpable homicide case. The case will be heard on the 23rd of August.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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