Nir Hefetz, a former spokesperson for Benjamin Netanyahu, is a key prosecution witness in the corruption trial against ex-Israeli prime minister.
The former South African president's latest hearing is being held virtually over fears of fresh protests after last week's unrest over his jail term left more than 200 dead.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu was indicted in long-running cases involving gifts from millionaire friends and for allegedly seeking regulatory favours for media tycoons in return for favourable coverage.
The combative 71-year-old prime minister, who has blasted the charges as “fabricated and ludicrous”, is attending a much-delayed hearing at a heavily-guarded Jerusalem court.
The country's High Court denied Zuma's bid for a permanent stay of prosecution over 16 counts of fraud, racketeering and money laundering relating to a multi-billion-dollar arms deal dating back to before he took office in 2009.
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