Zuma is part of unbridled patronage machine - analyst

Recent media reports implicating President Jacob Zuma's close allies to alleged corrupt activities have highlighted what seems to be state-sponsored corruption.

702's John Robbie on Monday spoke to Judith February, senior analyst at the Institute for Security Studies, regarding the issue.

Listen to the interview below:

It will be very interesting to see what our new finance minister is going to say about certain issues like the nuclear deal.

Judith February, senior analyst at Institute for Security Studies

It shows a degree of tolerance among us because we see it as part of one narrative which does seem to be about enriching the president himself at the expense of the state.

Judith February, senior analyst at Institute for Security Studies

The president is part of this unbridled patronage machine which we are seeing unfold before us.

Judith Febraury, senior analyst at Insitutite for Security Studies

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