S. Africa's Zuma under pressure in new corruption scandal

The Gupta brothers have long been accused of wielding undue influence over South African President Jacob Zuma (pictured), whose son Duduzane is a partner in some of their businessesShock revelations about a wealthy Indian family’s interference in South African government affairs set embattled President Jacob Zuma up for a high-pressure appearance in parliament Thursday. The admission by deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas that he was offered the top job in the treasury by the Gupta family caused outrage in a country already alarmed by a series of corruption scandals. Zuma’s third wife also used to work for them.

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