Squires’s Ruling Crucial in Zuma’s Legal Battles

It is not a foregone conclusion that the High Court in Pretoria will grant the NPA and President Zuma leave to appeal against its decision that the dropping of fraud and corruption charges against the latter, writes Hartley

According to Wyndham Hartley, it is not a foregone conclusion that the High Court in Pretoria will grant the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) and President Jacob Zuma leave to appeal against its decision that the dropping of fraud and corruption charges against the president was irrational and, therefore, needed to be set aside.
 
Hartley says according the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (CASAC), a lobby group, following intense speculation that the NPA would seek to appeal against the Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) decision.
 
He says calls for Zuma to stand down and have his day in court on the 783 charges against him have reached a crescendo, adding that but NPA spokesperson, Luvuyo Mfaku, says that the organisation is still reflecting on the way ahead.
 
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