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South Africa’s Public Protector Rejects ‘Childish’ CIA Agent Smears

South Africa’s Public Protector has urged her detractors to stop playing “childish games” as her office investigates ties between President Jacob Zuma and a wealthy business family. Thuli Madonsela, whose term as Public Protector ends on October 15, addressed accusations leveled at her recently by prominent members of the governing African National Congress (ANC), including the president of the ANC Youth League Collen Maine.
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