Sunday 13 November 2016 Because this year has not been weird enough, the Sunday Times is leading with this story:One of President Jacob Zuma's wives, Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma, is officially a 'suspect' in an attempted murder case in which her husband was the target.This comes from the lips of none other than Shaun 'The Sheep' Abrahams, the head of public prosecutions, retractions, withdrawals and re-instatements.This from the Sunday Times teaser on TimesLIVE: In a letter to Nompumelelo Ntuli-Zuma’s lawyers, the national director of public prosecutions said she had been identified as a suspect, but he did not say what charges may be brought against her.The bombshell comes after Ntuli-Zuma, known as MaNtuli, was kicked out of the Zuma homestead in January last year by State Security Minister David Mahlobo, who told her she was being investigated in connection with a plot to poison Zuma in June 2014.According to MaNtuli’s lawyer, Ulrich Roux, she was charged with attempted murder in Apri...

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