Former South African President Jacob Zuma Barred from General Elections Over Criminal Record

Jacob Zuma, former South African president, barred from May’s general elections due to criminal record, announced the Electoral Commission. He was ousted by his party, the African National Congress (ANC), in 2018 for refusing to resign and was later sentenced to jail in 2021 for contempt of court. The decision follows public outcry over his alleged connections to the Gupta family, accused of corruption.

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