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Ramaphosa criticised for reaction to Zuma’s behaviour



Raymond Zondo and the State Capture Inquiry will pursue a felony criticism in opposition to Jacob Zuma, after his current outburst in regards to the Commission. Msholozi vowed to skip a scheduled showdown with the panel on Monday 15 February, instantly contravening the regulation of the land and a current ruling made by ConCourt.

Ramaphosa branded ‘complicit’ in Zuma defiance

Herman Mashaba has reacted to these developments, which have been brewing over the previous 48 hours. Zuma shared a contentious assertion on Monday, denouncing the State Capture Inquiry and brazenly promising to keep away from any legally-mandated showdowns with DCJ Zondo. The ActionSA chief, nevertheless, is equally disenchanted with Cyril Ramaphosa:

The president has been labelled ‘complicit’ by Mashaba, after going greater than two days with out addressing a really critical matter. According to the previous Johannesburg Mayor, Cyril is failing to shield the South African Constitution:

“The silence of Cyril Ramaphosa and the ANC on the Jacob Zuma Foundation’s assertion on Monday could be very regarding. As president, Ramaphosa took an oath of office to shield our Constitution. His silence renders him as equally complicit as Jacob Zuma.

Herman Mashaba

Zondo vs Zuma: State Capture Inquiry information felony criticism

The State Capture Inquiry has outlined its plans to carry Jacob Zuma to justice on Wednesday. Upon elevating a felony criticism in opposition to uBaba, they’ve lashed out on the 78-year-old for ‘considering himself above the law’.

“The Constitution expressly provides that an order or decision issued by a court binds all persons to whom it applies. Therefore, Jacob Zuma is, in terms of the Constitution, expressly bound by the Constitutional Court.”

“Zuma’s decision that he will defy the order of the country’s highest court and the summons of the Commission is completely unacceptable in a constitutional democracy such as ours. It seems Mr. Zuma considers himself to be above the law and the Constitution. The Commission reiterates that in terms of the Constitution, everyone is equal before the law.”

State Capture Inquiry

Msholozi’s final stand

Jacob Zuma’s ramblings despatched shockwaves throughout South Africa earlier this week, as he accused the courts and South Africa’s whole judiciary system of being ‘captured’. His perspective hasn’t garnered a reaction from Ramaphosa but, however the cavalier method adopted by JZ has drawn condemnation elsewhere.

“It is clear that the laws of this country are politicized even at the highest court in the land. Recently at the State Capture Commission, allegations made against the judiciary have been overlooked and suppressed by the chairperson himself. The Inquiry can expect no further co-operation from me in any of their processes going forward.”

Jacob Zuma