JOHANNESBURG – Politically influential son of former South African president Jacob Zuma was released from guilty murders on Friday in a case that witnessed the factional battles at the ruling African National Congress
the accusations against his son, Duduzane Zuma, also includes casual and reckless driving in connection with the February 2014 crash when his sports car, the Porsche 911 Turbo, hit a minibus in Johannesburg. One passenger on a van has died and several others have been injured.
The court decision in the Johannesburg courtroom, Tebogo Thutaatlase, the magistrate, said the state had not proven Mr Zuma's guilt in the trial.
Chief of Prosecutor's Office, Shaun Abrahams, became known in the local media as [Шварцът на Шон]. 19659002] The state turned the course and accused the murderer of Mr Zuma in 2018, shortly after the current South African president, Kiril Ramaphos, removed his father from office. Prosecutors separately blame younger Mr Zuma for a high-bribery scandal, although this case has fallen earlier this year.
Duduzane Zuma was a close business partner of the Gupta family, Indian business tycoons now at the center of the National Corruption Scandal.
After his father was elected president of the ruling African National Congress in 2007 – and then the president of South Africa two years later – Dudozane Zuma began to rise in Gupta's broader business empire, media and mining sectors. Within three years Mr Zuma was appointed director of 11 companies owned by Gupta.
After breaking down his Porsche, according to emails from local news, the first person with whom Mr. Zuma contacted was one of the Gupta brothers.
The family of the deceased woman, Phumzile Dube, travels to Johannesburg from their home in Zimbabwe for trial. After the decision, Ms. Dabe's mother, Adina Dube, told local reporters: "My daughter is dead and she does not return." the rights of minorities to force the state to prosecute Mr Zuma. Last year, the organization pledged to launch a private prosecution unless the state took action.
But this move seems to have had the opposite effect among some South Africans who attribute AfriForum's actions to a racist attack on the Zuma family.
Jacob Zuma, who is faced with his allegations of corruption, was in court on Friday in support of his son. On Monday, the former president will appear for the first time in a comprehensive investigation of "state capture" or top-level corruption. Broadcasting Corporation is pleased with the outcome of the process. Speaking at Zulu he added that he would attend the next week's hearings to comment on allegations of corruption against him. He said the case had become highly symbolic. "It's about whether South Africa will turn the Zuma dynasty page," he said. the extent of fractures in the ANC, and the way in which these divisions eroded trust in public institutions
"Can the criminal justice system function so that it can be seen as free from political influence