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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma Asks Court Not to Publish Report on His Ties With the Gupta Family

South African President Jacob Zuma has asked a court to stop the public protector, an anti-corruption watchdog, from releasing the findings of a probe into alleged political interference by his wealthy friends, the presidency said Thursday. "I can confirm that the president has applied for a court interdict," Zuma's spokesman Bongani Ngqulunga told Reuters. He could not confirm whether the application had been granted.
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