“If Rule 33 notices haven’t been sorted out, I have no idea how we’re going to proceed together with his proof,” commented Zondo on Monday. “Allow us to discuss it tomorrow [Tuesday] after they [Koko and his legal team] are right here, as a result of they’re affected.”
The fee will then on Wednesday hear the proof of Singh, however that too has its personal challenges.
Singh is but to submit his affidavit to the fee two days earlier than his scheduled listening to, regardless of a deadline to take action that expired 4 months in the past. Zondo just isn’t happy.
“He [Singh] has been served with summons for Wednesday and due to this fact he ought to be right here and when he’s right here he’s going to have to elucidate why he didn’t adjust to the 10(6) directive. He have to be right here and he might want to clarify that.
“The deadline by which he was purported to file an affidavit [September 4 2020] has lengthy handed, so [his conduct] is totally unacceptable.”