Zuma to be slapped with court summons over corruption charges

Hawks spokesperson Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi has confirmed that former President Jacob Zuma is to be issued with a summons to appear in court on corruption charges.

Read: Hawks confirm Zuma investigation

Mulaudzi says they are hoping to finalise a few details by the end of this week and deliver the summons to Zuma's defence team.

We don't want to be embarrassed when we go to court, hence we are talking about this finer details, but everything has been done now, it's a matter of making sure that the defence team for the former president receive the summons.

Brigadier Hangwani Mulaudzi, Hawks spokesperson

Mulaudzi says a date for Zuma's appearance has not yet been finalised and it will be made known as soon as the summons is delivered.

He also confirmed that the Hawks are still looking for Ajay Gupta in relation to the Vrede Dairy Farm project investigations and state capture.

To hear more of this interview with Hangwani Mulaudzi, listen below:


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