Former South African President Jacob Zuma speaks on the phone during the court appearance of his son Duduzane Zuma at the Randburg Magistrates Court, South Africa, August 23, 2018. REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko
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A former South African deputy foreign minister told Friday how a businessman close to then president Jacob Zuma had threatened to kill him, in dramatic testimony to a corruption inquiry.Mcebisi Jonas said he had been taken by Zuma's son to a meeting in Johannesburg at the home of the Guptas – a wealthy family accused of having a corrupt relationship with Zuma.Zuma was forced to resign in February over graft scandals centered around the Guptas, who won lucrative contracts with state companies and were allegedly even able to choose Zuma's cabinet ministers.Both Zuma and the Gutpas deny all wrongdoing.
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