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Former President Jacob Zuma of South Africa sentenced to 15 months in jail

29 June 2021 | TITN Team

South Africa’s previous President Jacob Zuma has been condemned to 15 months in prison by the country’s most elevated court.

He has been given five days to hand himself in to police. Bombing that, the Police Minister should arrange his capture.

The sentence comes after the Constitutional Court saw him as blameworthy of disdain for challenging its request to show up at an investigation into defilement while he was president.

Mr Zuma’s time in power, which finished in 2018, was hounded by unite claims. Money managers were blamed for scheming with lawmakers to impact the dynamic cycle.

The previous President showed up at the investigation into what has gotten known as state catch yet then wouldn’t show up hence.

The request – headed by Justice Raymond Zondo – requested that the Constitutional Court mediate.

The previous President was not in court to hear the decision and has over and again proclaimed that he was the survivor of a goliath political connivance.

In a different legitimate matter, Mr Zuma argued not liable last month in his defilement preliminary including a five billion Dollars arms bargain from the 1990s.