South Africa president hits out at corruption

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South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa has described the corruption that has engulfed the country in recent years as “an amoeba” with “tentacles all over”. But he insisted South Africa’s “very dark period” under his predecessor, Jacob Zuma, was coming to an end.

Mr Ramaphosa confirmed he would give evidence in a judge-led inquiry into allegations that top officials looted from the state on a grand scale. Mr Ramaphosa served as then-President Zuma’s deputy.

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