NPA rejects claim it is not ready to meet Jacob Zuma in court
State says failure to respond to accused’s stay application is mostly due to volume of papers filed
The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) has rejected any suggestion that it is struggling to rebut Jacob Zuma’s application that corruption charges against him be permanently dropped.
The prosecution authority said it only missed a court deadline to do so because, among other reasons, of "the voluminous nature of the papers filed" by the former president’s legal team.
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