Former president Jacob Zuma could find himself being charged with contempt for defying deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo after leaving the commission without asking to be excused on Thursday, having failed in his bid to get the chair to recuse himself.

Zondo dismissed Zuma’s application for Zondo to recuse himself from hearing evidence given by the former president or any of his family members...

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