South Africa's Zuma says government disputes are damaging

Johannesburg • South Africa’s president on Tuesday responded to the political crisis that erupted after he fired the finance minister, acknowledging that public disputes at the top of the government are a “serious weakness,” while the country’s biggest labor group urged him to resign. The call by the Congress of South African Trade Unions, a traditional ally of the ruling party, increased pressure on President Jacob Zuma, who made his first public comments about last week’s dismissal of Finance ...

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