In what is likely to be a watershed moment in the country, SA’s top court will on Tuesday pronounce on whether a former president should be imprisoned for defying an order to appear before a commission of inquiry which he himself appointed.

The Constitutional Court, in a ruling that has been pending for three months, will on Tuesday pronounce on an urgent application from the Zondo commission into state capture to imprison Jacob Zuma for two years...

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