Thursday, February 14, 2008

Zuma takes legal battle to Mauritius

Mail & Guardian Online: "African National Congress (ANC) leader Jacob Zuma was in Mauritius on Wednesday in connection with the corruption case he faces.

Zuma's lawyer, Michael Hulley, confirmed by telephone from the Indian Ocean island that his client was meeting with legal representatives about documents held in Mauritius that allegedly contain proof of bribes being solicited.

'Unfortunately, I can't give further details,' Hulley said."