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Lizovulwa kabusha icala eliseNkantolo yoKhetho ngezinsolo zokuthi kukhona okukhwabanisayo, kuxwayisa uJacob Zuma

Lizovulwa kabusha icala eliseNkantolo yoKhetho ngezinsolo zokuthi kukhona okukhwabanisayo, kuxwayisa uJacob Zuma

The Electoral Court case alleging election rigging against the Electoral Commission of South Africa (IEC) will be reopened, according to uMkhonto weSizwe (MK) Party leader Jacob Zuma. Zuma has claimed the party has substantial evidence to justify their accusations of rigging.

Last week, the MKP withdrew its case against the IEC after filing an urgent application to invalidate the 2024 general election imiphumela.

The MKP had previously accused the IEC of manipulating the election results. However, during the weekend in KwaZulu-Natal (KZN), former President Zuma indicated that the party has gathered evidence “the size of an elephant” to support its case.

He explained that the withdrawal of the case was due to the discovery of substantial evidence, which required time for their legal team to thoroughly document.

“One of the things that made us withdraw the case is that the evidence we have discovered amounts to the size of an elephant, it’s huge,”

Zuma stated.

“The lawyers needed time to document the evidence although some people wanted the case to be concluded.

“I’m adding to what the comrade is saying, the case is coming, there’s no place where they have not robbed. We have the evidence now,”

he emphasized.

Among their claims, the MKP alleged that over 9.3 million votes were unaccounted for.

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