South Africa to launch probe into corruption under Zuma

A judicial inquiry will examine claims of corruption and fraud in the public sector during former President Jacob Zuma's rule.

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    In South Africa, a judicial inquiry into alleged corruption at the top of government will open on Monday.

    It will examine claims of corruption and fraud in the public sector during former President Jacob Zuma's tenure.

    Al Jazeera's Malcolm Webb reports from Free State, South Africa.


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