Former president Jacob Zuma’s fate now rests with the Constitutional Court (ConCourt) justices, after judgment in his contempt case – for refusing to appear before the Commission of Inquiry into Allegations of State Capture – was reserved on Thursday. And while what they’ll do with it remains anyone’s guess at this point, experts and analysts agree he should be looking at jail time – or at least the threat thereof. After the commission’s efforts to get Zuma into the witness box failed, in January it got an order from the ConCourt compelling him to make an appearance. Regardless, he has…

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