The case against him was postponed to July 22 for a bail application.
The president has previously said that his administration would push ahead to allow for land to be expropriated without compensation.
The president says each structure of government operates on its own, without much reference to another.
Zondo says the adjournment was given to allow both legal teams to consider concerns raised by the former president.
The area is barricaded off and police are still on scene.
The victim was shoved into the backseat of a bakkie and blindfolded.

General Mandela’s ‘Life of a Legend’ collectable R25, R5, R1 coins released

The R25 (1oz) gold coin represents the year 1994, when Madiba was elected as the first black president of South Africa.

Weather Another cold front with possible snowfall to hit Mzansi

Light snowfall is expected over the Eastern Cape.

Parliament WATCH: FF+ responds to EFF MP’s ‘insult’: ‘Afrikaans is a disturbing language’

EFF MP Josephine Mokwele chose to exercise what she called her ‘democratic right’ to not respect Afrikaans.

Crime Guests staff at Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel held up by gang of armed men – police

The suspects fled the scene shortly after the robbery and no arrests have been made yet.

Government SOEs in need of expert staff – Gordhan

He told MPs that in deeply troubled companies, the chances of successfully implementing a turnaround strategy has been remote.

Crime Protest action against gangs underway in Nelson Mandela Bay

The community has reportedly lost trust in police, adding that in some instances, police are in cahoots with the gangs.

Courts With charges withdrawn, Booysen keeps options ‘open’ on SAPS return

‘If I am approached, I am prepared to make a contribution in whatever way,’ he says.

Local News WATCH: Joburg baboon on the loose

The baboon, which has been on the loose for two weeks, was spotted on Wednesday at Northcliff Corner.

Society Mogoeng criticises media for ‘biased’ coverage

The chief justice spoke out against the description of Keletso Bizoski Manyike in a Sunday Times report.

General NUM demands action against Eskom supervisor accused of assaulting subordinate

Vusi Manana says the union is disappointed by the parastatal’s management’s delays.

Parliament ‘Die Stem’ glorifies a system responsible for ‘black genocide’ – EFF’s Madlingozi

The comment was part of a point of order where the politician said the mainstreaming of English and Afrikaans is an example of ‘white supremacy’.

State Capture Commission legal head complains of being restrained in questioning Zuma

This comes after Paul Pretorius was interjected by advocate Muzi Sikhakhane for reverting to Maseko’s testimony.

State Capture Zuma denies saying Siyabonga Gama was his ‘only choice’ for Transnet CEO

The former president questions how he could have said Gama was his only choice when the latter was facing charges at the time.

Courts Charges against Booysen and Cato Manor unit dropped

The former Hawks boss and senior detectives were accused of involvement in racketeering and murder.

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