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|READ DOWNLOAD ☸ The Verdict: The Legal TrialsTribulations of President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma ♍ It s Novemberand the rumour mill is pregnant with whispers of pending charges of rape against the Deputy President of the ruling ANC s, Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma Veteran South African criminal lawyer, Lawley Shein Joseph Mabayo Ndhlela, Head of Human Resources Organizational Development at Wardle, Ndhlela Mahlangu Consultants WNM and Brenda Wardle, Head Legal Services at WNM, drive through a heavily barricaded and guarded street in Forest Town, Johannesburg, South Africa, towards the Zuma residence The two men, on Wardle s invitation Wardle in turn, has been approached by a concerned MKMVA Umkhonto Wesizwe Military Veterans Association member Tensions within the ANC are heightened THIS, is where The Verdict The Legal Trials and Tribulations of President Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma begins In The Verdict, Wardle interrogates all the legal matters in which President Zuma was is a party to She places particular emphasis and expands on the constitutional principle of legality the right to freedom of expression the doctrine of separation of powers the constitutional principle of fair comment the non derogable right to human dignity and the right to be presumed innocent and, it s corollary, proof beyond reasonable doubt, in criminal matters Wardle performs an autopsy of the Spy Tapes ruling and exposes that delicate and permeable veil between politics and the law It is the last chapter of The Verdict, the setting is Decemberand Wardle is seated in the State President s study at his official residence, Mahlamba Ndlopfu in Pretoria only this time, not because she had been invited by a concerned member of the MKMVA, instead, Wardle had taken to social media, seeking an urgent audience with the President of the Republic of South Africa Fortunately for her, The Presidency accedes to her request NOW, prepare yourself to be blown away by that signature incisive mind of the author and her compelling narration as she dips into the Nicholson judgment, the Constitutional Court judgment on the Nkandla matter, the fraud and corruption trial of Schabir Shaik and the rape trial which shocked the world Wardle delves beyond the obvious she examines Advocate Thuli Madonsela s, State of Capture Report asking as she does, what the true nature of inquiries held by the Public Protector of South Africa, is Are statutory investigations by the Office of the Public Protector civil in nature, she continues to ask Are they administrative in complexion are they, by their very essence, quasi criminal or are they essentially, criminal by design and, if indeed they have a quasi criminal or even criminal flavour or complexion should the constitutional guarantees enshrined in sectionof the South African Constitution the rights of accused, arrested and detained persons , not apply