FILE - In this Wednesday, July 5, 2017 file photo, South Africa's ruling party president Jacob Zuma addresses party delegates to close their policy conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. A South African court on Friday Oct. 13, 2017, has dealt a legal blow to Zuma, opening the way to reinstating hundreds of corruption charges against him.
FILE - In this Wednesday, July 5, 2017 file photo, South Africa's ruling party president Jacob Zuma addresses party delegates to close their policy conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. A South African court on Friday Oct. 13, 2017, has dealt a legal blow to Zuma, opening the way to reinstating hundreds of corruption charges against him. Themba Hadebe, File AP Photo
FILE - In this Wednesday, July 5, 2017 file photo, South Africa's ruling party president Jacob Zuma addresses party delegates to close their policy conference in Johannesburg, South Africa. A South African court on Friday Oct. 13, 2017, has dealt a legal blow to Zuma, opening the way to reinstating hundreds of corruption charges against him. Themba Hadebe, File AP Photo

South Africa court backs reinstating Zuma corruption charges

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