Fraser sticks to his guns over Zuma's medical parole

eNCA senior reporter Siphamandla Goge has more. Courtesy of #DStv403

JOHANNESBURG - The Department of Corrections head Arthur Fraser is sticking to his guns over former president Jacob Zuma’s medical parole.

Fraser says he has no problem with the Democratic Alliance’s challenge to the decision to release Zuma on medical parole.

READ: Zuma Parole | HSF wants court to set aside Fraser decision

"As I've said previously, it's a legal procedure. I have no problem. People have the right to challenge," Fraser said.

"I’m confident in my decisions. Everybody has the right to criticise. Whatever is required of me I will adhere to that."

READ: Zuma medical parole | Court bid to overturn decision

Three organisations launched a court bid to obtain the reasons for Zuma's release on medical parole and have that decision set aside.

The DA, AfriForum and the Helen Suzman Foundation have filed papers in the High Court in Pretoria to review Zuma’s release.


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