South Africa's former Public Protector, Thuli Madonsela, talks about the challenges she faced in her fight against corruption in the country. She just finished a seven-year term and will receive the prestigious German Africa Prize in a few days.
In a blow to his administration, President Jacob Zuma has been ordered to set up the inquiry recommended in the "State of Capture" report within 30 days. The court called Zuma's challenge an abuse of judicial process.
Known in her native South Africa as "the Steel Lady," former Public Protector Thuli Madonsela was awarded the German Africa Prize Thursday for her fight against corruption in her home country.
As probes into the Gupta family intensify in South Africa, the FBI is reportedly also investigating the Guptas in relation to suspicious cash flows between South Africa, Dubai and the US, according to a newspaper report.
South Africa’s Public Protector, who famously took on President Jacob Zuma over the use of taxpayers' money to upgrade his home, has been awarded the prestigious prize for her commitment to fighting corruption.
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