DA leader Mmusi Maimane says the wheels of justice might move slowly, but this has not stopped him from laying another criminal case against President Jacob Zuma, this time in relation to the state capture report. Maimane laid charges against Zuma at the Rosebank police station for contravention of the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activities Act. “We contend that the State of Capture report by the former public protector, advocate Thuli Madonsela, provides extensive prima facie evidence of corruption, undue influence and interference by President Zuma, members of the Gupta family and other actors — all to further their own personal interests at the expense of the South African people.” In his affidavit Maimane sets out in detail the potential offences allegedly committed by Zuma in terms of the act: general corruption; corrupt activities relating to contracts; contempt, conspiracy and inducement of another person to contravene the Prevention and Combating of Corrupt Activitie...

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