PRETORIA – The South African Public Prosecutor’s office is suing the former president Jacob Zuma to demand for corruption. The highest prosecutor of the land, says Zuma there a letter about to have informed.
The allegations relate to an alleged smeergeldaffaire. Justice examined for years or Zuma a bribe had assumed arms manufacturers, and did all rather an attempt for him to continue. Prosecutors withdrew the case in 2009, a few months before Zuma became president.
Zuma resigned last month under pressure as president. He was for some time under fire because of the persistent allegations of corruption. The 75-year-old leader eventually lost the support of his own party, the ANC. Zuma stepped before a motion of no confidence in the vote could be brought.