‘Untouchable’ Zuma ally loses bid to prevent prosecution for World Cup fraud

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Thoshan Panday, the businessperson once described as “untouchable” because of his self-proclaimed connections to the Zuma family, has lost his court battle to stop his prosecution for fraud and corruption linked to the 2010 Fifa World Cup. ..

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