Zuma advises caution on Nyanda allegations

By Andy Rice 22 July 2010

At a press conference on Tuesday, President Jacob Zuma stated that he would not "jump to conclusions" regarding corruption allegations about communications minister Siphiwe Nyanda. Zuma said that it would be wrong to judge the situation before an investigation was completed.  Read more: Times Live


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