South Africa’s previous president, Jacob Zuma, nearby French arms organization, Thales, are to deal with debasement indictments in court.
An appointed authority had in February given a stayed warrant for his capture after he neglected to show up.
The adjudicator advised him to give satisfactory verification at his next appearance.
Zuma had cited illness but the court rejected his “sick note” presented by his lawyer.
Dpa reports that the preliminary was delayed to May 6 however didn’t hold due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Zuma might be arrested on the off chance that he doesn’t show up in court or neglects to give a satisfactory explanation.
The charges are on supposed payoffs in a multibillion-dollar arms bargain in 1999.
The arrangement, with co-denounced, Thales, was supervised by Zuma when he was VP.