South Africa anti-apartheid stalwart urges Zuma to step down

South Africa's Constitutional Court found President Jacob Zuma in breach of the constitution for using public funds to upgrade his private homeA South African anti-apartheid veteran who was jailed with Nelson Mandela has urged beleaguered President Jacob Zuma to step down after a damning ruling found him in violation of the constitution. In an open letter seen Saturday, Ahmed Kathrada, 86, joined a growing chorus of leading figures calling for Zuma to leave office. The criticism comes after the Constitutional Court on Thursday found Zuma in breach of the constitution for using public funds to upgrade his private home at Nkandla village.

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