South Africa's "Teflon President" Jacob Zuma has brushed off an extraordinary number of corruption allegations and scandals in his eight years in office. In the ultimate test of his political survivability his ruling African National Committee party publicly demanded his resignation in a "recall" on Tuesday.


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