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Legal setback for South Africa's Jacob Zuma

The South African judge who threw out a corruption case against Jacob Zuma, the ANC party's presidential hopeful, has given prosecutors the right to appeal the ruling.

An uncertain future now hangs over Zuma, who is widely speculated to become the country's next president, in elections next year.

Al Jazeera's Mike Hanna spoke with Jacob Zuma about his future.

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