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Breaking News: Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s ex-leader and a comrade of Nelson Mandela, was sentenced to prison for refusing to cooperate with a corruption inquiry.

 
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Jacob Zuma, South Africa's ex-leader and a comrade of Nelson Mandela, was sentenced to prison for refusing to cooperate with a corruption inquiry.

Tuesday, June 29, 2021 9:24 AM EST

South Africa's highest court ordered the imprisonment of Jacob Zuma, the country's former president, for 15 months on contempt charges, after he defied an order to appear before a corruption inquiry examining the breathtaking financial scandals that tainted his tenure as the country's leader from 2009 to 2018.

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