The decision to drop charges against Zuma not lawful says maimane

The High Court in Pretoria is expected to rule tomorrow on the application by the Democratic Alliance (DA) to have the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) decision to drop charges against President Jacob Zuma set aside.

DA leader Mmusi Maimane joins Koketso Sachane on the line to talk about their expectations for tomorrow.

We want the Judge to say that the decision to drop the charges against President Zuma was irrational.

Mmusi Maimane, Democratic Alliance leader

He says, decisions about whether somebody should be facing prosecution or not, must be done on the basis of law.

He hopes the NPA will be inspired to lay charges against Jacob Zuma.

We will then be able to take our own actions subsequent to that.

Mmusi Maimane, Democratic Alliance leader

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