Former South African president Jacob Zuma has doubled down on his decision to not appear before the Zondo Commission, once again blasting the commission for, in his view, not holding a fair and independent inquiry. News24 reports that in a 12-page statement released on Monday evening, Zuma said he will wait for the Constitutional Court to make a decision as to whether he is in contempt of court. Zuma at the same time also launched a volley of attacks on commission chair, deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo, and broadsided President Cyril Ramaphosa by saying some judges helped him hide “what on the face of it seem to be bribes obtained to win an internal ANC election”.