Johannesburg - Duduzane Zuma, the son of former president Jacob Zuma, will find out his fate on July 12 when the Randburg Magistrate's Court will decide whether he is guilty or not in his culpable homicide case.
In closing arguments on Thursday, Zuma's lawyer, Mike Hellens argued that his client could not be guilty of culpable homicide as he could not have known that he will lose control of his car.
But the State insists Zuma failed to be a prudent driver.
Prosecutor Yusuf Baba said the court should decide if Zuma took the required precautions on the night of the crash and if not it must find him guilty.
However, Hellens said the State was implying that the driver of the minibus taxi was a saint and Zuma was a devil.