South Africa's Jacob Zuma faces 16 corruption charges

It is the first time a former head of state is facing corruption charges in South Africa, but Zuma's supporters say he is being unfairly targeted and will stand by him to the end.

    South Africa's former president was in court facing accusations of corruption.

    Jacob Zuma is up on 16 charges, including fraud and money laundering, over an arms deal.

    Al Jazeera's Catherine Soi reports from Durban, South Africa.


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