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South Africa's Jacob Zuma abandons attempt to halt corruption trial





Jacob Zuma, South Africa's former president, has abandoned a legal bid to halt a corruption trial on charges related to a 1990s arms deal, according to his office.

A statement released by his foundation on Wednesday said the Constitutional Court had accepted the previous day "his withdrawal of the application for leave to appeal" against prosecution.



Jacob Zuma, South Africa's former president, has abandoned a legal bid to halt a corruption trial on charges related to a 1990s arms deal, according to his office.

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A statement released by his foundation on Wednesday said the Constitutional Court had accepted the previous day "his withdrawal of the application for leave to appeal" against prosecution.



Jacob Zuma, South Africa's former president, has abandoned a legal bid to halt a corruption trial on charges related to a 1990s arms deal, according to his office.



A statement released by his foundation on Wednesday said the Constitutional Court had accepted the previous day "his withdrawal of the application for leave to appeal" against prosecution. Aljazeera
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