JOHANNESBURG – South Africa's ruling party has reaffirmed its confidence in President Jacob Zuma, after a growing chorus of corruption allegations against the leader.
The senior leaders of the African National Congress said Sunday they were confident the party would win this year's local government elections because citizens too remained confident in the country's leadership.
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