Two of every three South Africans distrust President Zuma, nearly as many disapprove of his performance and nearly half perceive him and the people around him as corrupt, according to an Afrobarometer survey. The last four years have seen a particularly sharp decline in citizens' assessments of him.
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South Africa's President Jacob Zuma, interviewed by Bloomberg Television.