Constitutional Court case against President Jacob Zuma withdrawn
17 November 2011
Arms deal activist Terry Crawford-Brown has withdrawn his Constitutional Court case against President Jacob Zuma.
The court was due to hear the case today.
The former bank manager wanted the court to force Zuma to establish a judicial commission of inquiry into the arms deal.
But his attorneys say he is satisfied that the President has met his demands and they have settled the dispute.
Crawford-Brown plans to take part in the hearings of the judicial commission which Zuma has now established.