Johannesburg - The trial of Duduzane Zuma, who faces a charge of culpable homicide, is expected to continue in the Randburg Magistrate's Court on Wednesday.
The charge relates to a 2014 accident that resulted in the death of Phumzile Dube. Dube died after Zuma’s Porsche crashed into a minibus taxi on the M1 in Johannesburg.
In March, the court rejected Zuma's application to have the culpable homicide case against him discharged.
Magistrate Tebogo Thupaatlase said the evidence presented against Zuma was strong enough to hold up in court.
Advocate Mike Hellens, the senior counsel representing former president Jacob Zuma's son, had argued before the court on Wednesday that the state had failed to prove its case could lead to a guilty verdict.