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The Return of Jacob Zuma?

Alleged coups, corruption, and clandestine meetings: South Africa politics is never dull. Kate Adie introduces correspondents' stories from around the world.

As investigators continue their trawl for evidence of corruption and state capture during Jacob Zuma’s time in office, others are said to be plotting his return to power. Politics in South Africa is never dull, says Andrew Harding.

Kate Adie introduces this and other stories from correspondents around the world.

In Israel, Tom Bateman is on the hunt for the finest falafel as he hears what Arab and Jewish Israelis think of the controversial new Nation State law.
In Spain, Rachel McCormack suspects that something fishy is going on during her gastronomical visit to Galicia.

Chloe Arnold recounts some of her many tales of mistaken identity; she has received offers of employment for jobs she hadn’t applied for and rejections from companies she had never even heard of.

And brutal it may be, but Steve Evans reveals why he has come to admire the directness of Australian politics.

Producer: Joe Kent.

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