JOHANNESBURG — Former South African president Jacob Zuma is appearing Monday before a state commission probing allegations of corruption in during his tenure as the country's leader. Zuma, South Africa's president from 2009 until 2018, was forced to resign by his ruling African National Congress party over widespread reports of corruption and was replaced by his then deputy Cyril Ramaphosa. Ramaphosa created the Zondo Commission to investigate graft...Full Article
South Africa's ex-president appears at corruption inquest
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