Former South African President Jacob Zuma has been hospitalized according to Nation Media post. This is coming even as the former head of state is serving a fifteen months imprisonment. Jacob Zuma earlier in July Wednesday voluntarily handed himself over to the police and was sentence to Estcourt Correctional Center just near his home town in Kwazulu province.
According to the Department of Correctional Services, former South African President Jacob Zuma has been placed on medical parole. The statement released says“Medical parole eligibility for Mr Zuma is based on a medical report received by the Department of Correctional Services.” Also inmates suffering from a condition that substantially affects their daily activity or self-care can be considered for medical parole in addition to being terminally sick and physically incapacitated.”
South Africa’s ex President Jacob Zuma has been placed on medical parole, Department of Correctional Services says. "Medical parole's eligibility for Mr Zuma is impelled by a medical report received by the Department of Correctional Services. Apart from being terminally ill and physically incapacitated, inmates suffering from an illness that severely limits their daily activity or self-care can also be considered for medical parole," the department said in a report on Sunday.
Anxiety As The Former President Is Anxiety As The Former President Is Hospitalizedd Few Days After This Happened To Him
Some few days ago, the whole world was shocked after the goverment of South Africa decided to jail their former head of state. This is none other that president Jacob Zuma who is said to be serving a 15 months jail for corruption cases. This arrest and detention of president Zuma caused alot of worries in the continent with many people claiming that this move by south Africa's goverment is a sign of disrespect to president Zuma.
The government's correctional services department announced on Sunday that South Africa's incarcerated former president Jacob Zuma had been placed on medical parole due to his ailing health. Zuma, who is serving a 15-month term for contempt of court in Estcourt jail, had unspecified surgery at an outside hospital where he had been brought for observation last month, according to prison officials.
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The Ex-South Africa’s jailed president Jacob Zuma has been placed on medical parole because of his ill health, this is according to the government’s correctional services department statement on Sunday. In the previous month prison authorities said Zuma, serving a 15-month sentence in Estcourt prison for contempt of court, underwent unspecified surgery at an outside hospital where he had been sent for observation.
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Former South African President Mr. Jacob Zuma was on Friday admitted to an outside hospital for medical observation. He has been serving a fifteen month imprisonment at Estcourt Correctional Centre for contempt of court made up of South Africa's most senior judgest. Department of correctional services spokesman says all inmates have the right to medical attention, proper nutrition, reading materials and conditions of detention that are consistent with human dignity.
Former ANC party leader and president of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, has been hospitalized again. The incarcerated former head of state was reportedly taken to hospital facility outside the Estcourt Correctional Center where he has been serving his 15-month jail term. In a statement released by the correctional services department, it confirmed that Zuma was admitted on Friday morning 6 August, 2021.
Former South African President Jacob Zuma has been hospitalized while serving a 15-month prison sentence. Zuma was sent to an outside hospital for medical monitoring on Friday, according to the Department of Correctional Services (DCS). Mr Zuma was transferred to an unnamed hospital from the Estcourt Correctional Centre in KwaZulu-Natal, where he is being held for contempt of court.
Jacob Zuma, in full Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma, (born April 12, 1942, Nkandla, South Africa), politician who served as president of South Africa from 2009 until he resigned under pressure in 2018. He also had served as the country’s deputy president (1999–2005) and as deputy president (1997–2007) and president (2007–17) of the country’s ruling party, the African National Congress (ANC).
A popular city lawyer has found himself on the spot after making a controversial statement concerning the arrest of Mathira MP Rigathi Gachagua. The MP was arrested today early in the morning by DCI detectives. Lawyer Wahome Thuku has taken to social media and opined that demonstrators who take just 30 minutes to demonstrate for the release of an MP lower their worth.
According to the Department of Correctional Services(DCS), Zuma was admitted to an outside hospital for medical observation on Friday morning. ’’As a former president, the healthcare needs of Mr Zumarequire the involvement of the South African Military Health Services. This been the case since his admission at Estcourt Correctional Centre," DCS said.
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Rioting in South Africa this month has claimed 337 lives marking a further jump in the violence escalated into the worst unrest since the end of apartheid, prompting President Cyril Ramaphosa to label it an attempted “insurrection” Photo courtesy Widespread looting and burning of businesses broke out earlier this month, a day after former President Jacob Zuma began serving a 15-month jail term for ignoring a corruption inquiry.
The ex South Africa President Jacob Zuma, who is currently serving a 15-month prison sentence, has been hospitalised. The Department of Correctional Services (DCS) on Friday announced that the former president was rushed to an outside health facility for medical observation. Mr Zuma was transferred from the Estcourt Correctional Centre in KwaZulu-Natal, where he is currently serving jail sentence for contempt of court, to an unnamed health facility.
Africa leading business and traveling destination has caught the attention of many people in the past few weeks after reports of civil unrest made headlines around the world. Jacob Zuma the former president and member of Africa National Congress has been facing corruption and relationship scandals during his tenure in office.
South Africa's imprisoned former president, Jacob Zuma, was taken to a hospital for medical observation on Friday, according to prison officials, just days before he was scheduled to appear in court for a corruption trial. Officials did not elaborate on the 79-year-old man who is serving a 15-month sentence for contempt of court at Estcourt prison in KwaZulu-Natal province.
Former South African president Jacob Zuma has been released from jail, two months after he was sent to the galore for contempt of court.The department of correctional services in South Africa has said that the ex president was released on medical parole. Two months ago,the country's top court ordered that Zuma be incarcerated for what it termed disobedience of the court.Zuma had been charged on several counts of economic crimes and corruption that was the order of the day during his two term reign.Following the arrest of the former head of state,violent protests and demonstrations rocked the country,with his supporters vandalizing property in the south nation.The unrest caused a substantial damage as his core supporters demanded for his release.However,the government vowed to stay put insisting that Zuma must serve his jail term.He was sentenced to 12 months in prison.