Ntuli-Zuma’s lawyer, Ulrich Roux, said he had advised Ntuli-Zuma to sue the State. The National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) declined to prosecute on the poisoning case against Zuma after it found there was no evidence.
Roux said Ntuli-Zuma was treated badly after the accusations came out in 2015.
“I have advised my client to consider civil action against the NPA and the State. She was implicated in this alleged plot to kill Zuma without any evidence,” said Roux.
“There is a possible claim for damages for legal fees and for pain and suffering,” he said.