South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal reinstates corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma

South Africa’s Supreme Court of Appeal (SCA) has upheld a ruling by the High Court that had reinstated corruption charges against President Jacob Zuma, piling further pressure on a head of state already facing several scandals.

Zuma was appealing against a High Court ruling in April 2016 that ordered a review of a decision by the National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) to set aside hundreds of corruption charges against Zuma.

That decision allowed Zuma to run for President in 2009.

Reuters

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The Independent – Africa




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