South African President Jacob Zuma takes part in a ceremony to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of Delville Wood in northern France in which South African troops fought in 1916, on July 12, 2016 in Longueval. / AFP / FRANCOIS NASCIMBENI
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South Africa's public protector will question President Jacob Zuma this week over allegations he was influenced by the wealthy Gupta family in making government appointments, according to the newspaper Business Day.Madonsela, whose term as public protector ends this month, previously received public support in South Africa for taking Zuma to task over the spending of 240 million rand ($17 million) of state money on upgrading his private home.Zuma has since handed back some of the funds.
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