Daniel Mantsha, who was recently fired as former President Jacob Zuma’s lawyer, has hit out at KwaZulu-Natal judge Dhaya Pillay, saying her judgment against his client was biased and “highly political in its one-sided narration”.

Mantsha was fired by Zuma after he filed a bizarre 115-page affidavit on behalf of the former president at the Constitutional Court, as part of Zuma’s now-abandoned campaign to permanently stop his corruption trial from proceeding.

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