In a signed affidavit, alleged mob boss Radovan Krejcir claims he met with both former president Jacob Zuma and his son Duduzane at the elder Zuma’s homestead in Nkandla, where he handed over R2.5 million in cash in exchange for asylum, Krejcir  tells journalists.

Krejcir was handed a sentence of 35 years in jail for the kidnapping and attempted murder of Bhekithemba Lukhele in June 2013 by Judge Colin Lamont in the South Gauteng High Court in Johannesburg.

Krejcir received 25 years for the attempted dealing of drugs. He is currently serving an effective 35 years.

According to City Press, late mobster Cyril Beeke introduced the Czech-born gangster to Duduzane Zuma, asking him to keep the younger Zuma “away” from the Guptas.