South African President Jacob Zuma easily survived a no-confidence vote in parliament Tuesday after a heated attack on his "reckless" handling of the economy.
Zuma's ANC party's overwhelming majority saw the no-confidence motion defeated by 225 votes to 99, with 22 abstentions.
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