ConCourt confirms Zuma SADC decision

The Constitutional Court has upheld a ruling that former President Jacob Zuma acted unlawfully in taking part in restricting the work of a SADC tribunal. Courtesy #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The Constitutional Court has upheld a ruling that former President Jacob Zuma acted unlawfully in taking part in restricting the work of a SADC tribunal.

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The body was set up in 2005 to uphold human rights in the region.

Wayne Ncube Head of Litigation at Lawyers for Human Rights represented the South African Litigation Centre in this matter and also supported the Law Society of South Africa's application to challenge President Jacob Zuma's decisions in this matter. 

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Ncube stated the decisions taken were in violation of the South African rule of law.
 

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eNCA