Former president Jacob Zuma, who recently violated a Constitutional Court order himself and is facing a number of criminal charges, says SA laws are not strict enough and are partially to blame for a lack of social cohesion in the country.

In his presentation to an ANC virtual session on social cohesion, Zuma stayed clear of his own transgression of the law and opted to lecture those who attended on political tolerance and mature debate...

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