After the Pretoria High Court rejected former ANC President Jacob Zuma’s application for appeal with costs, he is now on his way to the Appeal Court.
It is Zuma’s last trench he uses to stay out of jail, and although it is a method of escaping his final trial, the debt burden on court costs is only increasing.
Experts point out that his chances of winning the Appeal Court are extremely slim, and that it will have far-reaching consequences for the man if he fails again.
Political analysts, however, believe that Zuma is playing his cards well, and that with the possibility of a failure in the Appeal Case, he has already incinerated himself by spending a week in hospital, to be “sick again” after the court’s ruling ” to become.
After all, opinion makers say this is the successful method that the long-lived Schabir Shaik used several years ago to open the prison doors for his release so he can play golf again.