Jacob Zuma says biased NPA wants to convict him at all costs
The former president says in affidavit that he has become a career obsession of some prosecutors
Jacob Zuma, whose time as president was characterised by allegations of corruption and state capture, says no other person has suffered as much "personal and political prejudice" since the advent of democracy in SA as he has.
In an affidavit filed as part of a high court bid to have his corruption prosecution permanently stopped, he argues he has suffered unparalleled treatment at the hands of the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA).
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