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What can we expect in ConCourt today?

EFF and the main opposition party, Democratic Alliance (DA) will appear at the Constitutional Court this morning to pursue accountability on the part of President Zuma. They will also press him to uphold the supremacy of the constitution, which gives powers to the public protector.

The constitutional court this morning will hold a preliminary hearing. Professor Richard Calland explains what the merits of the case are and what the likelihood is that the parties will be granted access.

Listen to the conversation below:

(See our Infographic looking at the journey of the 'Pay Back The Money' saga)


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