SA makes fun of Jacob Zuma as he's expected to pay back legal fees

SA makes fun of Jacob Zuma as he's expected to pay back legal fees

Jacob Zuma and South Africa heard on the 13th of December that he will have to pay his own legal expenses. It's news that the country has been waiting to hear for years, and celebrations were held on social media streets.

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The Pretoria High Court ruled that SA's former president, Jacob Zuma, will be held accountable for the legal fees of his corruption case.

On top of that, Briefly.co.za reported that Zuma will also be expected to pay back all legal fees that the state has been funding. The amount owed can be anything between R15 million and R32 million.

It came as quite a blow for Zuma, who claims he is broke.

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South Africans, on the other hand, are ready to pop champagne bottles and celebrate, as they feel justice prevailed.

Judge Aubrey Ledwaba became a hero in the eyes of many South Africans.

Here's what Mzansi had to say about #ZumaFees:

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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