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Zuma's legal fees are still a huge bone of contention, and the court has agreed that more time needs to be allocated to resolve this issue.

The prosecution also needs more time to prepare its case against Thales, the company Jacob Zuma is said to have hopped into bed with. Thanks for joining us!

Defence Lawyer Michael Hulley:

"We are expecting a reply from the Presidency regarding the funding of Zuma’s legal costs. We sent a letter to the DG on the 24th of May but received no response".

Defence ask for state to pay Zuma's legal fees
The defence also support an adjournment

Michael Hulley - Zuma's lawyer - is also angling for a postponement. Could today#s proceedings be over before they've even got going?

Adjournment discussed

State advocate Billy Downer begins by proposing an adjournment until 27 July. He says the prosecution are ready, but the defence are not 


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The famous five

Andile Lungisa, Andile Mngxitama, Supra Mahumapelo and Hlaudi Motsoeneng are all here in support of Jacob Zuma. Worst five-a-side team ever.

Judge a man by the company he keeps

Remember that guy who smashed a jug over a councillor's head during a Parliamentary meeting? He's turned up in Durban offering his support to Zuma.

Zuma arrives at KZN High Court