South Africa's President Zuma vows 'radical' economic transformation in second term

PRETORIA (AFP) - South African President Jacob Zuma vowed to spearhead a "radical social economic transformation" as he was sworn in for a second five year term on Saturday.

"Today marks the beginning of the second phase of our transition from apartheid to a national democratic society" he said, promising more black empowerment and a bigger economic role for the state.

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