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South Africa’s Zuma Clashes With Public Protector Over Guptas Probe

South Africa’s Jacob Zuma is heading for another showdown with a government corruption watchdog in a row over a probe into the president’s ties with a controversial business family. Zuma has asked for the publication of a preliminary report into his links with the Guptas—an Indian-born business family with interests including IT and mining—to be delayed beyond Friday, when current Public Protector Thulisile Madonsela has proposed to publish it.
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