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Treating Zuma with kid gloves has failed. What now for South Africa's corruption commission?

By Cathleen Powell, Associate Professor in Public Law, University of Cape Town
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South Africans have witnessed a strong exchange between the State Capture Commission investigating corruption, the Constitutional Court and former president Jacob Zuma. Zuma, on whose watch the plunder allegedly took place, refused to comply with a summons from the commission. The commission then applied to the court for a declaratory order that he was obliged by law to cooperate.

The court granted…

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