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South Africa: Zuma lawyers challenge corruption charges

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South Africa: Zuma lawyers challenge corruption charges

South Africa: Zuma lawyers challenge corruption charges

Legal representatives for scandal-plagued former President Jacob Zuma argue he is a victim of 'mob justice'.

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