Ex president Jacob Zuma will know “tomorrow” regardless of whether he will confront arraignment on fraud and corruption charges.
National Prosecuting Authority representative Luvuyo Mfaku wouldn’t focus on a firm date when National Director of Public Prosecutions‚ Shaun Abrahams‚ would tell the general population his decision‚ saying that the gatherings engaged with the case ought to be informed first.
“The NDPP [Abrahams] intends to inform the parties involved in the Zuma prosecution of his decision any day from tomorrow‚ and he will then advise the South African public when he intends to announce his decision on the Zuma case‚” he said.
This comes after the Council for the Advancement of the South African Constitution (Casac) confirmed that it had lost its Constitutional Court bid to block Abrahams from announcing the decision on whether or not Zuma should stand trial.
The decision means Abrahams now has no legal barrier against making the announcement.
This is a developing story.