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The corruption trial of the former South African president is set to resume despite violence that shook the country this week. The court will hold a virtual session to "avoid disruption."
The state accuses Zuma of bribery, fraud and money laundering in a $2 billion weapons contract with French company Thales in the late 1990s. He denies all the charges.
Johannesburg has been rocked by protests against the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma, who was jailed for snubbing anti-corruption investigators. Zuma will seek to annul his prison sentence on Monday.
The jailing of the former anti-apartheid activist has sparked violent protests in his home province and elsewhere, leading to several deaths and more than 200 arrests.
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