Former president Jacob Zuma says he intends using every legal avenue available to stop his prosecution. Zuma maintains that the corruption case against him is a political campaign by his opponents, hell-bent on seeing him prosecuted. After losing his bid to seek a permanent stay of prosecution on Friday, Zuma announced today that he would be appealing the judgment. He has 15 days to file papers in the Pietermaritzburg High Court to explain why he believes a different court would rule differently.
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