The Constitutional Court has issued directions that former president Jacob Zuma must file an affidavit addressing what penalty the Court should impose if it were to find him in contempt of court.

This follows an application by the Zondo Commission into state capture that he be imprisoned for two years for breaching the Constitutional Court’s order to obey the commission’s summonses and testify before it...

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