‘My father was charged, arrested without fair trial’ – ex-president Zuma’s son to RT

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As South Africa reels from its most devastating riots in decades, locals fear the situation could deteriorate even further. RT speaks to the son of the country’s former president Jacob Zuma, Duduzane Zuma, who’s been accused of instigating the recent violence – an allegation he denies.

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