The former president is facing 16 charges related to corruption, racketeering, money-laundering and fraud.
WATCH LIVE] Jacob Zuma appears before the Durban High Court.
With that, Zuma closes his speech with his famous 'Umshini'wam' song! "Auw lethu umshini'wam", (bring my machine gun).
Zuma attacks the SACP for saying Zuma wants to join another political party
Zuma says the SACP must stop talking about him.
Mahumapelo is now addressing the crowd, he is opening for Zuma...
MK Vet Carl Niehaus says there is no other president who has done more for SA than Zuma.
An MK Vet sings... maybe let's wait for Zuma to sing...
[PICTURE] Wait a minute, who are those people over there? (leans to the left)... it's former SABC COO Hlaudi Motseneng and former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo. uBaba's supporters cannot be shaken... Credit: Pool.
There has been numerous attacks on SACP General Secretary Blade Nzimande...
"When the night has come and the land is dark... Stand by me!"
Get yourself friends like these! Through thick and thin.
A speaker from the Free State says Zuma did not kill a fly...
Picture: Qaanitah Hunter/EWN.
One of the priests is now praying, also prays for Supra Mahumapelo.
uBaba will now address the crowd. They have been waiting.
Former president Jacob Zuma appears in the Durban High Court. Picture: Pool.
[WATCH] Former President Jacob Zuma has a quick word with former KZN ANC chair Sihle Zikalala:
uBaba Zuma needs to come and address his supporters, they are waiting
Outside the court, a guard of honour awaits Zuma. MK vets are also here.
Zuma's supporters: Former ministers Faith Muthambi and Des van Rooyen.
Of course there are memes!
That is it from the court. Another postponement.
There is still no clarity on the trial date.
Deputy Judge president Mjabuliseni Madondo has agreed to postpone the matter to 27 July 2018 but the matter will be heard in Pietremaritzburg because "the court is bigger and can accommodate a case as big as this on."
Who will fund Zuma's legal costs? Zuma's attorney says they have contacted the Presidency.
Zuma's defence says they are agreeing to the provisional postponement to the 27th of July 2018.
Let's go back inside the court...
Zuma's defence might not be ready but his supporters are ready; dancing, singing in his support...
Basically the state is ready but the defence is not ready yet.
Zuma's supporters have now arrived outside the court. There are bishops, priests, BLF members, some wearing ANC regalia... Zuma's supporters have arrived!
The trial has not begun yet and some already have no faith in the NPA...
The review application on the decision to prosecute Zuma again has been done, the State says.
Court is now in session. Deputy Judge president Mjabuliseni Madondo is presiding over today’s proceedings.
Also in support of Zuma is former minister Faith Muthambi.
WATCH: Zuma waves to his supporters in court then takes a seat.
Former North West premier Supra Mahumapelo is also in court to support ubaba...
WATCH: The former president's supporters include a brass band, BLF members...
Zuma's supporters in court: Former SABC COO Hlaudi Motsoeneng is in court again.
As president Jacob Zuma prepares to appear in court again on Friday, the legal strategy adopted by his team this morning will determine how soon the trial may begin.
The police are expecting thousands of people to join a march for Zuma which will be leaving from the King DiniZulu Park.
Proceedings are expected to start at 9:15 this morning.
This week Zuma suffered a blow...
The legal strategy adopted by Zuma's team this morning will determine how soon the trial may begin.
Zuma sat in the dock for the first time as accused number one in April at the Durban High Court.
This night vigil was far smaller than the previous one held in April.
A night vigil was organised to show support to former president Jacob Zuma once again.
Let's recap on what has happened so far and what we know shall we...
Good morning and welcome to EWN's live blog about former president Jacob Zuma's appearance in court for charges related to corruption, racketeering, money-laundering and fraud.