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A change in leadership will tackle corruption in South Africa – F.W. De Klerk

By Frontera
12 December 2016   |   4:57 pm
Former South African President, F.W. De Klerk, who received a Nobel Peace Prize with Nelson Mandela for ending apartheid, discusses unemployment, Donald Trump, corruption and the political leadership in South Africa.

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