Johannesburg - President Jacob Zuma's son says he was deeply affected by the fatal car crash with a minibus taxi. The February accident left a young mother dead.
JOHANNESBURG – Civil rights group AfriForum's private prosecutions unit said President Jacob Zuma's son, Duduzane, will be the first case it pursues.
The case relates to an accident on Johannesburg's M1 motorway in 2014.
Zuma crashed his car into a minibus taxi, killing one passenger.
A second passenger died a few weeks later, but homicide was ruled out at the time.
The NPA declined to prosecute Duduzane Zuma in 2015, saying the evidence would not secure a conviction.
Zuma didn't immediately report the accident.