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French arms firm Thales to appeal Zuma corruption charge ruling in South Africa's top court

Reuters Tuesday, 5 November 2019
French defense firm Thales said on Tuesday it would ask South Africa's highest court for permission to appeal an October ruling dismissing its request to have charges that it bribed former President Jacob Zuma permanently dropped.
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