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[LISTEN] Court to review Shabir Shaik's medical parole?

| The DA's James Selfe and Dr Elizabeth Gwyther CEO at Hospice Palliative Care Association comment on Schabir Shaik's medical parole.

Justice and Correctional Services Minister Michael Masutha says the condition of President Jacob Zuma’s former financial advisor Schabir Shaik is still considered to be terminal, more than eight years after he was released on medical parole.

In a written reply to a question from the Democratic Alliance (DA), Masutha says that Shaik’s health was last checked before his release in March 2009.

The DA's James Selfe wants to take the matter to court.

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