JZ Foundation 'clears the air' after Zuma snubs NPA medical exam

Former president Jacob Zuma has refused to allow NPA doctors to examine him, his foundation said, accusing the state of “second-guessing” the state of his health.
The Pietermaritzburg high court previously ordered that a medical practitioner appointed by the state be allowed access to Zuma to assess his fitness to attend court and stand trial on corruption charges linked to the arms deal. Zuma has been in a medical facility outside Estcourt Correctional Centre receiving treatment.
The former president is facing 16 counts of fraud, corruption, money laundering and racketeering.
On Tuesday, Jacob G Zuma Foundation spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi questioned why the state wasn’t relying on the report by military doctors, which was submitted to the court last week. He says the court has no right to force Zuma to consent to a medical examination.