Published: Sat, March 17, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

Will Zuma be charged? NPA boss to announce decision on corruption case

Will Zuma be charged? NPA boss to announce decision on corruption case

He now faces one charge of racketeering, two charges of corruption, one charge of money laundering and 12 of fraud.

Shaun Abrahams, National Director of Public Prosecutions (NDPP), said this while briefing the media in Pretoria on Friday.

The charges, linked to Mr. Zuma's alleged involvement in a 1999 weapons deal, had been dropped for procedural reasons in April 2009 shortly before Mr. Zuma was elected president of Africa's most developed economy. Zuma was first charged with corruption in 2005 when his financial adviser was jailed on fraud and corruption charges.

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Abrahams said in his submission to the NPA that Zuma strongly disputed the allegations against him, insisting that he "lacked the requisite intention to commit any crimes listed in the indictment".

Shaun Abrahams, head of the National Prosecuting Authority, noted the "long history" of the reinstated charges against Zuma, which were thrown out by prosecutors almost a decade ago in a contentious decision that opened the way for him to become president.

Friday's announcement follows more than a decade of controversy over the arms deal and many twists along the way - including a court case brought by the opposition Democratic Alliance contesting the 2009 decision by state prosecutors to drop the charges. A year ago a court ruled that the decision to throw out the charges had been irrational and ordered prosecutors to reinstate.

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Abrahams said Zuma denies wrongdoing. This decision was declared irrational by a high court in 2016.

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"It doesn't matter who you are, whether you are the president, in whatever office you hold, accountability must be effective and justice will be met", said DA leader Mmusi Maimane. Shaikh was later released on medical parole. "The witnesses are ready, the evidence is strong, and Jacob Zuma must finally have his day in court".

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The country's governing African National Congress pushed Zuma out of office last month. Zuma insists he is innocent.

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