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S.Africa opposition leader charged over land seizure call

Prosecutors in South Africa said Thursday they had charged firebrand opposition politician Julius Malema under an apartheid-era law after he urged his supporters to occupy land illegally. The National Prosecution Authority (NPA) said it had "decided to institute criminal prosecutions" against Malema on two counts for contravening anti-riot laws and incitement to trespass.
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