JOHANNESBURG – Duduzane Zuma says he is not guilty of any criminal acts related to allegations of state capture.
The details were revealed in an affidavit he submitted in the corruption case being heard in the Specialised Commercial Crime Court in Johannesburg.
On Monday the former president Jacob Zuma’s son made a brief appearance in that court, with the media circulating his every move and he was granted bail of R100,000.
In his affidavit he said he is fully aware of the several allegations against him and his link to state capture, where he is also alleged to be involved in.
Zuma intends to plead not guilty to the corruption case and has further denied he is linked to any criminal activities in state capture.
He added that the pending commission of inquiry into state capture which is headed by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, he expects he may need to give evidence there too.
Zuma said in the affidavit that he had left his ‘substantial’ pregnant wife at their Dubai home, he had to surrendered his passport in part of his bail conditions and will be staying at his Saxonwold address during his stay in South Africa.
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