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South African President Jacob Zuma questioned by national corruption watchdog

South African President Jacob Zuma was questioned on Thursday by the country's corruption watchdog over allegations he let wealthy business friends influence his political appointment decisions. This is the final questioning conducted by public protector Thuli Madonsela, who spent seven years in office and been highly praised for her role.
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