Opposition leads protest against Jacob Zuma

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South African opposition parties, civic groups, unions and businesses on Wednesday marched in Pretoria in a protest against President Jacob Zuma and a string of scandals linked to him. Reports said hundreds of people gathered at various points in the city, while some were chanting outside a court where Zuma’s application to delay the release […]

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