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South Africa’s Zuma to appear in court over graft charges

By Reuters
05 April 2018   |   11:45 am
Former South African president Jacob Zuma is set to appear in Durban High Court on Friday where he will face corruption charges related to a years-old $2.5 billion arms deal.

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