Former president Jacob Zuma has once again threatened expose those who call him corrupt.
Speaking to a few hundred supporters outside the High Court in Durban, Zuma said he was tired of being the good guy and if people did not stop speaking about him, he would expose them.
He said the truth would come out about those who were seen to be saints.
Zuma has over the years courted so much controversy including fathering 24 children and impregnating at least 15 women including daughters of his friends as well as dating girls 50 years younger than him.
But now it seems that Zuma has chosen to use his retirement to reignite a plan to marry more regularly. When he first became president, Zuma made a joyful biennial marriage part of annual festivities along with the annual Christmas party and chess tournament to which he would treat his neighbours in the surrounds of Nkandla.
In his first years in office, he married Thobeka Madiba and Gloria Ngema until the ANC put a stop to it. At his wedding to Ngema, Zuma told his new bride, "Don't close the door that you found open…" and he is clearly now free to exercise his options.
Meanwhile, this is not the first time Zuma has made threats about exposing other politicians, many of them in the ANC.
The ANC’s national executive committee has called on party structures not to show support for anyone facing corruption charges.
Zuma made his second appearance in court on graft charges of Friday.
The matter has been postponed to July 27 for Zuma to gain more clarity on his funding issues.
The case has also been moved to the Pietermaritzburg High Court.
Zuma again reiterated that there was no case against him and that the charges were politically motivated.
This is despite his lawyers conceding in the Supreme Court of Appeal last year that it was irrational to drop the corruption charges against him based on this.
The former president is still expected to lodge a review application of the decision taken by National Director of Public Prosecutions Shaun Abrahams to go ahead with prosecution.
Although a crowd still gathered outside court to support him the numbers had dwindled from his last appearance in April.
He was also being supported by ANC North West chairman Supra Mahumapelo, who made no apology for backing Zuma despite the party asking structures not to do so.
Sihle Zikalala, who will be fighting to regain his position as ANC KwaZulu-Natal chairman at a provincial conference this week, was also at court to support Zuma.
He and Mahumapelo have been staunch supporters of Zuma.