South Africa’s former President Jacob Zuma has accused the judiciary of not trusting a medical report by military doctors and has refused to undergo medical examination by doctor’s selected by the prosecuting authority.
The doctors filed a confidential report on Mr Zuma’s fitness to stand trial.
Mr Zuma’s foundation spokesperson Mzwanele Manyi told ENCA television that the former head of state was tired of his health being doubted.
The military doctors are responsible for the health of all former presidents.
Mr Zuma was admitted to hospital days after his arrest and underwent a surgery on 14 August.