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A Short Biography About President Zuma The current president of South Africa today is Jacob Gedleyihlekisa Zuma. He regained his office back in 2014 election. Zuma was born in Nkandla, Natal province, which is now part of province of KwaZulu-Natal. Believe it or not, he received no formal schooling and when he was a child, Zuma moved constantly around Natal province and the suburbs of Durban in area of Umkhumbane, which is near Chesterville. Additionally, he has two brothers namely as Joseph and Michael. Zuma in addition is the President of ANC or the African National Congress that’s governing political party and was Deputy President of South Africa from the year 1999 up to to 2005. Apart from that, Zuma is referred to by his clan name Msholozi and his name’s initial JZ. On December 8, 2007, Zuma became the president of ANC after he defeats incumbent Thabo Mbeki at ANC conference in Polokwane. On December 18, 2012, he is re-elected as ANC leader at ANC conference in Mangaung, defeating the challenger Kgalema Motlanthe by the large majority. Zuma was a member of the South African Communist Party or SACP, serving the party’s Politburo until Zuma left the party in the 90s for a brief period of time. On September 20th of 2008, Thabo Mbeki announced resignation after he was recalled by the ANC’s National Executive Committee. Recall has came after South African High Court Judge Christopher Nicholson, which rule that Mbeki had interfered properly with the operations of NPA or the National Prosecuting Authority including JZs prosecution for corruption.
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Zuma in addition faced serious legal challenges. Believe it or not, he was charged with rape back in 2005 but he was acquitted.
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Then after, he fought a long legal battle for the allegations of corrupting and racketeering, resulting from the conviction for fraud and corruption of his financial advisor Schabir Shaik. And on April 6, 2009, the NPA dropped charges, which cites political interference despite the fact that the decisions has been challenged by opposing parties; as of 2016 of March, the matter is still before courts. After having extensive state funding to rural homestead at Nkandla, public protestors has figured out that Zuma had benefited improperly from expenditure and the constitutional court unanimously held in the Economic Freedom Fighters versus Speaker of National Assembly on 2016, that Zuma failed to uphold the constitution of his country, that has resulted to his resignation and failed impeachment attempt in National Assembly. And on June 14, 2005, president Thabo Mbeki has removed Zuma from his post as being Deputy President as a result of allegations of fraud and corruption related to 5 billion dollars weapon acquisition deal by South African government in 99. If you’re looking for some informative info about him, hope this has helped a lot.