Many taxpayers, exasperated by the legal antics of former president Jacob Zuma, wonder why he hasn’t been declared a vexatious litigant. His unbridled Stalingrad approach to litigation would seem to make him an ideal candidate, along with several other high-profile figures currently gobbling up tax resources with delaying, inevitably hopeless, court action. 

But Zuma has a lot to learn about persistent, fruitless legal action from another maestro, the comparatively unknown David Chauke. ..

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