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TheUnique Jun 20
No matter how you look at it Dudzane did a crime,there is no explanation to justify that coz there an evidence which is death. Hope law will take it stand.
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Mzansi Taxi Chronicles Jun 20
No one leaves the house with the intention to run over someone and kill them. He made a mistake. Just so unfortunate someone died and now he's being vilified because of who his dad is.
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Dr. Sanele B. Gumede 💎 Jun 20
Every time I see , i think of the Ladies wearing DA T-Shirts that were melting and wanted to take selfies with him.
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Team News24 Jun 20
We are back in the Randburg Magistrates Court this morning where closing arguments in Duduzane Zuma’s Culpable homicide case will be made. It is unclear if Fmr President Jacob Zuma will be here. But security is very tight today. ()
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Janke Tolmay Jun 20
is back in the Randburg Magistrates court today where closing arguments will be heard. He faces culpable homicide and reckless and negligent driving charges following a fatal crash in 2014.
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Hlubi Jun 20
's counsel Mike Hellens SC tells former president Jacob Zuma that he is confident about the defence case.
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#Ynews Jun 20
[REPORT] Judgement in the culpable homicide case against will be delivered on the 12th of July after the matter was postponed in the Randburg Magistrates Court. tells us more.
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Janke Tolmay Jun 20
Hellens: What did he do wrong? There is answer to this question. What speed would have prevented aquaplaning? There is no answer.
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Nkosazane Dambuza Jun 20
Replying to @ynews
Former President Jacob Zuma has just arrived in the Randburg Magistartes Court to back his son
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Janke Tolmay Jun 20
Hellens says the driver of the taxi was apparently driving at a reasonable, while Zuma, who was driving approximately the same speed, was not. So the driver is an angel and Zuma is the devil?
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AfriForum Jun 20
The state and defense team of , son of former President Jacob Zuma, appears today in the Randburg Magistrate's Court to deliver their final arguments in the prosecution case for both culpable homicide and reckless and negligent driving against Zuma.
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Sashin Naidoo Jun 19
Closing arguments in the culpable homicide trial of Duduzane Zuma are expected to be heard this morning at the Randburg Magistrates Court. He is facing charges of culpable homicide and reckless and negligent driving.
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Janke Tolmay Jun 20
Former President Jacob Zuma has arrived in court.
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Sesona Ngqakamba Jun 20
Court has adjourned for judgment on July 12. Zuma and family leaving.
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Times LIVE Jun 20
| "The state has failed to disprove that Mr Zuma is guilty."
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Nkosazane Dambuza Jun 20
Members of the Zuma family have come out to support in his culpable homicide case in the Randburg Magistrates Court. The final arguments will be heard this morning.
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Michel Bega Jun 20
appears, 20 June 2019, at the Magistrates Court for closing arguments in his culpable homicide case.
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Nkosazane Dambuza Jun 20
Replying to @ynews
’s lawyer Mike Hellens (SC): it was not put by the state that Zuma should have seen the presence of the puddle that caused his vehicle to aquaplane and slowed down his speed, therefore there is no proof Zuma was negligent.
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