JOHANNESBURG – Former president Jacob Zuma’s lawyer has confirmed they have received a summons for him to appear in court on April 6.
His lawyer, Michael Hulley says they are now busy preparing an application to review the National Prosecuting Authority’s decision to prosecute Zuma.
The NPA announced that Zuma will face 16 charges of fraud, corruption, money-laundering and racketeering for his alleged involvement in bribes related to the arms deal.
Attorney for Jacob Zuma Michael Hulley has confirmed Zuma has been served and will appear in court on 6 April. Team Zuma is also preparing an application to review NDPP decision. No date for launch of review yet. #ZumaCharges