SA should learn from South Korea and jail Zuma

02 May 2021 - 00:03 By william gumede

SA’s judiciary, prosecuting authorities and the Zondo commission could learn from their peers in South Korea on how they dealt decisively with their former president, who refused to co-operate with the courts and official inquiries and investigations over allegations of corruption, wrongdoing and patronage...

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