South Africa's Zuma dropped by lawyers ahead of graft trial
One of the main lawyers representing South Africa's former president, Jacob Zuma, resigned on Wednesday, weeks before the start of Zuma's long-awaited corruption trial, legal documents showed.
South Africa's Zuma told to suggest own sentence in contempt case
South Africa's ex-president Jacob Zuma has until Wednesday to suggest what sentence he should be given if found guilty of contempt of court, in a marked deviation from the standard rule book.
South Africa's Zuma arms deal corruption case to be heard in May
South Africa's scandal-tainted former president Jacob Zuma and French arms dealer Thales, accused of graft in a case going back more than two decades, will go on trial in May, the High Court ruled Tuesday.
South Africa's anti-graft panel seeks two-year jail for Zuma
A judicial panel probing runaway graft on Monday asked South Africa's top court to jail ex-president Jacob Zuma for two years for defying a court order compelling him to testify.
Zuma could face jail after snubbing South African anti-graft panel
The chair of a South African judicial panel investigating mass state corruption said Monday he would seek jail time for embattled former president Jacob Zuma over contempt of court after he again failed to appear before the commission.
Defiant Zuma snubs South African anti-graft panel, again
South Africa's embattled former president Jacob Zuma failed to appear on Monday before a judicial panel probing corruption during his nine-year tenure, again defying a court order for him to testify.
South Africa's Zuma snubs anti-graft panel again
South Africa's ex-president Jacob Zuma will not appear before a judicial panel probing alleged graft during his time in office, his lawyer said Friday, despite a court application seeking to compel him to testify.
Zuma graft trial over arms deal postponed to February
The corruption trial of South Africa's embattled ex-president Jacob Zuma and French arms manufacturer Thales, which was due to resume this week, has been postponed to February, the high court ordered Tuesday.