Former president Jacob Zuma has again come to court to support his son Duduzane‚ whose trial date for culpable homicide has been provisionally set for March next year. Zuma talked earnestly with his son in the moments before court proceedings started on Friday morning — and enthusiastically greeted Black First Land First (BLF) leader Andile Mngxitama‚ who told TimesLIVE he was there “to support Duduzane”. Duduzane’s friend Jared Mortimer‚ who made headlines when he got into a scuffle with convicted murderer Oscar Pistorius in a club during the Paralympian’s trial‚ was also in court. Both Zuma and his son are facing corruption prosecutions‚ with the former president due to apply for his prosecution to be permanently stayed next month. Duduzane returns to the specialised commercial crimes court next year to face charges that he was involved in an alleged Gupta-family plot to bribe former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas to take over as minister and do the family’s bidding. He den...

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