The Gauteng High Court has ordered South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma to return to jail after ruling that he was unlawfully granted medical parole.
Zuma was serving a 15-month sentence in Estcourt prison for contempt of court, underwent unspecified surgery at an outside hospital where he had been sent for observation.
He remained in hospital with more operations planned.
The 79-year old’s eligibility for medical parole follows a medical report received by the Department of Correctional Services.
“Medical parole placement for Mr Zuma means that he will complete the remainder of the sentence in the system of community corrections, whereby he must comply with a specific set of conditions and will be subjected to supervision until his sentence expires,” said the department recently.
The government through the Postal & Telecommunications Regulatory Authority of Zimbabwe (POTRAZ) has implored network… Read More
As Chelsea gear up to challenge Liverpool for the Carabao Cup at Wembley, manager Mauricio… Read More
Former Zimbabwe Warriors winger, Knowledge Musona, showcased his skill and precision on the field in… Read More
The tight-knit community of South Yorkshire is reeling from the loss of Lazarus Makono, a… Read More
Attempts by businessman Wicknell Chivayo’s agent, “Victor “, to buy Madzibaba VeShanduko, his real name… Read More
Residents of Mvurwi were left in shock by a disturbing incident involving a man caught… Read More