Monday, November 14, 2005

Zuma's future hangs in the balance

Former deputy president Jacob Zuma’s legal team is expected to make a decision soon on whether the Sunday Times is to be sued over a report that a claim of rape had been laid against Zuma. Attorney Michael Hulley told The Witness on Sunday the matter was under discussion at the moment. The Sunday Times reported that Zuma had been accused of raping a woman guest at his Johannesburg home last Wednesday. Apparently semen found on the victim's underwear had been taken for DNA testing. The Sunday Tribune, on the other hand, reported that the woman had denied that she had ever laid a charge. People close to Zuma say the claim is a cruel disinformation campaign.

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