Former president Jacob Zuma was back at the KwaZulu-Natal High Cout in Pietermaritzburg this morning.
PIETERMARITZBURG - Former president Jacob Zuma will now have to wait to find out whether his corruption case continues or not.
The state and defence on Friday wrapped up arguments for and against a permanent stay of prosecution.
Zuma and French arms company Thales are facing corruption charges stemming from the arms deal of the late 1990s.
After court was adjourned, Zuma said he was unhappy with the lack of cooperation from the NPA.
He said he is confident in his defence team and the way they're handling the case.
Zuma addressed crowds of supporters, saying that he is feeling fine.
"There's absolutely no problem except that the selectiveness of the information that is put out there is a problem."