What's Next for South Africa's Embattled Zuma? Court, Probably

South African President Jacob Zuma is likely to end his presidency the same way he started it: mired in corruption charges. In 2009, just two weeks before Zuma led the African National Congress to victory at the polls, the National Prosecuting Authority dropped an eight-year-old corruption case against him. Politically, however, that case never went away: The opposition vowed not to let the matter drop, and has since used it to illustrate its lack of faith in the president through eight no-confidence votes in relation to his alleged corrupt acts...

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Published By: VOA Africa - Thursday, 8 February

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