Former president Jacob Zuma has turned to the courts again, this time to the Constitutional court, to question a ruling that he should pay the legal fees of a challenge against the state capture inquiry.

The matter revolves around the decision that allowed chief justice Mogoeng Mogoeng to nominate a judge to chair the inquiry, instead of Zuma himself as the constitution requires...

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