A South African appeals court has ruled that a multi-million dollar corruption case against African National Congress leader Jacob Zuma can continue. Even if Zuma, a creepy man who, during a trial in which he was charged and later acquitted of rape, explained that he showered after unprotected sex with an HIV positive woman to avoid infection, prevails in the trail, his status as frontrunner in presidential elections due later this year highlights the bleak descent of South African politics since Nelson Mandela stepped down as president in 1999.
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