SCA rejects Zuma’s ‘spy tapes’ appeal
Written by Keshia Jansen on October 13, 2017
The Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has rejected President Jacob Zuma’s appeal to set aside the corruption charges he is currently faced with.
According to Iol, the SCA maintains that decision made by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to withdraw these charges was irrational.
Zuma may now face the 783 counts on 18 criminal charges which had previously been dropped in 2009.
Along with the dismissal of his appeal, Zuma and the NPA has also been instructed to pay for the costs of the case, reports eNCA.
The case continues.