Former President of South Africa Jacob Zuma has challenged the current President Cyril Ramaphosa, accusing him of violating the Constitution when he appointed Raymond Zondo as the Chief Justice.
In a statement released by the JGZuma Foundation, it is alleged that Ramaphosa appointed Zondo instead of Judge Mandisa Maya who had been highly recommended by the JSC.
It is revealed that Zondo had only received 3 votes compared to Maya who had 19 votes.
In the statement, Zuma accuses Ramaphosa of gender discrimination. Below is the statement.