Protests against President Zuma planned in South Africa

Opposition parties in South Africa have called for nationwide protests against President Jacob Zuma. They accuse the leader of being corrupt and want him to step down.

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    Opposition parties in South Africa have called for nationwide protests against President Jacob Zuma.

    They accuse the leader of being corrupt and want him to step down. But the ruling party insists he is here to stay.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Johannesburg.


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