South Africa’s ruling party dogged with criticism

Critics of South Africa’s president are expected to be out in force when the ruling African National Congress holds its policy conference this weekend. Jacob Zuma is under fire over corruption allegations and record unemployment levels.

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    Critics of South Africa’s president are expected to be out in force when the ruling African National Congress holds its policy conference this weekend.

    Jacob Zuma is under fire over corruption allegations and record unemployment levels.

    Al Jazeera’s Malcolm Webb reports from Johannesburg.


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