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Die Burger is an Afrikaans-language daily based in Cape Town. It was founded in 1915. Along with Beeld and Volksblad, it is one of three broadsheet dailies belonging to Naspers' Media24 group.

South African Daily On President Zuma's Future

"What now for Zuma?" asks Cape Town-based, Afrikaans-language daily Die Burger on its front page Friday, a day after South Africa's highest court ruled that President Jacob Zuma breached the constitution by upgrading his private home with government money.

The embattled president still has 60 days to repay the estimated $23 million, but the verdict is already a victory for the opposition, allowing Zuma's opponents to start an impeachment process.


'The End' For South Africa President Zuma?

South African President Jacob Zuma is facing new accusations of influence peddling, in what may be the most perilous scandal of his political career. On its front page Friday, Cape-Town-based Afrikaans-language daily Die Burger asked if this was "The End?" for the South African leader.

Senior public figures accused the Gupta family of close ties to Zuma, and of exerting undue influence. The Guptas, a family of Indian-born businessman, have been accused of offering cabinet posts to two politicians from Zuma's ANC party. Zola Tsotsi, who resigned a year ago as chairman of state power firm Eskom, told the Mail & Guardian daily that his exit was orchestrated by the Guptas.

Zuma's son sits on the boards of at least six Gupta companies. Gupta family members have denied ever trying to influence political appointments, saying they were the victims of a politically motivated plot.

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