Zuma addresses loyalist crowds outside his home on surrender deadline

Former president of South Africa Jacob Zuma addresses crowds of supporters, many of whom have been camping outside his Nkandla homestead since Saturday, on the deadline set by the constitutional court to hand himself over to start a 15-month jail term after repeatedly refusing to give evidence to corruption investigators. Zuma tells supporters he sent letters to the court pleading his case "that the sentencing was wrong to ask if they can reduce it or strike it out".

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