South African chief Justice Mogoeng Mogoeng (3rd from L top sitting row) delivers the Constitutional Court verdict on President Jacob Zuma's conduct regarding his private residence on March 31, 2016 in Johannesburg, South Africa. 
President Jacob Zuma flouted the constitution in using public funds to upgrade his private residence and must repay the money, South Africa's top court ruled, sparking calls for his impeachment. The Constitutional Court delivered a damning verdict on Zuma's conduct after a swimming pool, chicken run, cattle enclosure and amphitheatre were built at his rural homestead as so-called "security" measures.
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