Zuma's end game

Greve, Natalie
December 2016
Finweek;12/29/2016, p12
The article discusses the dwindling political power of scandal-hit South African president Jacob Zuma. Wits University professor Daryl Glaser believes that no changes will take place before the 2017 elective conference because Zuma has survived the severest attacks. He explains that Zuma is master of legal delay and it will be difficult to nail him legally inspite of legal cases.


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