South African prosecutors deny snubbing emails in graft probe
15 Aug 2017

South Africa’s public prosecution service, which is investigating alleged corruption in the awarding of government contracts, has denied reports that it will not accept leaked emails as evidence against President Jacob Zuma’s allies.

The allegations of influence-peddling in the so-called “State Capture” affair are deepening a divide in the ruling ANC party as factions jostle for control before a conference in December where Zuma’s successor as party leader will be chosen.

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