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CAPE TOWN—The Democratic Alliance opened a criminal case against President Jacob Z uma and 11 others at the Cape Town Central police station yesterday.
Accompanied by fellow M Pa nd ex prosecutor G lynn is Breyten bach, as well a sM P Kevin Mile ham, D Ale ad er Mmusi Maimane said their“preliminary indictment” was in response to weekend reports about leaked emails, purportedly substantiating claims of in appropriately close links between the controversial Gupta family and government ministers.
Maimane said the emails were included in their case and would be supplemented if more came to light.
Others named in their allegations include Cooperative Governance Minister D es van Rooyen and Finance Minister M al usiGi ga ba.
Maimane said they should ultimately be charged in terms of the Prevention of Criminal Activities Act for allegedly receiving benefits, as well as for racketeering and treason .“Not only should you deal with this matter in Parliament, but you should deal with it criminally ,” he said.—News 24.
DA l eader Mmusi Maimane talks t o the media after l aying charges against President Jacob Zuma at the Cape Town Central police station yesterday.