Judgment expected in Jacob Zuma defamation case

Derek Hanekom court Jacob Zuma defamation August 2019

Derek Hanekom in the Durban High Court where he's suing former president Jacob Zuma for calling him 'a known enemy agent'.

eNCA / Siphamandla Goge

JOHANNESBURG - Judgment is expected to be handed down in the defamation case brought against ex-president Jacob Zuma, by former minister Derek Hanekom.

Hanekom's demanding Zuma pay R500,000 in damages.

Zuma accused the former Cabinet minister of being 'a known enemy agent'.

READ: Hanekom and Zuma in court over defamation case

Hanekom says the claim is damaging his reputation and will continue to do so if it remains unchallenged.

EFF Leader Julius Malema alleged that Hanekom conspired with the party to oust Zuma, via a motion of no confidence in the National Assembly.