Daewoo cosying up to Zuma (and nephew)

By Andy Rice 16 July 2010

South African President Jacob Zuma met with Korean firm Daewoo Shipbuilding and Engineering just days before the company signed a major deal with his nephew Khulubuse Zuma's Impinda Group, the Mail & Guardian reported on Friday. Daewoo bought a 49% stake of Impinda's transport division on Monday.  Read more: M&G

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