Supra Mahumapelo Among Zuma’s Supporters In Court Today Saying He Is Being Victimised As He Faces Corrupt Charges

Former president Jacob Zuma will face his day in court related to corruption charges today.

Named as accused number one in the State’s indictment, the former president is facing one count of racketeering, two counts of corruption, one count of money laundering and 12 counts of fraud in a case that stretches back to the so-called arms-deal, finalised in 1999.

Accused number two – arms manufacturer Thales – is facing one count of racketeering, two counts of corruption and one count of money laundering.

With a retinue of hundreds of supporters behind him screaming he is been victimised.

The ANC Provincial Executive Committee in the North West Chairperson Supra Mahumapelo is in Durban High Court for #ZumaCharges.

ANC Eastern Cape heavyweight Andile Lungisa is also in court.
Andile Lungisa outside the Durban High Court where former President Jacob Zuma makes a second appearance on corruption charges. Security refuses to allow him inside the premises without accreditation.
At least 15 police vehicles in the area and roads still open despite police promise to close the roads.
Media broadcast vans have been set up outside the KwaZulu-Natal High Court ahead of Jacob Zuma’s court appearance



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