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South Africa: Doubts over effective clean-up as Zondo report implicates Ramaphosa’s allies

Part two of acting Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s report into large-scale corruption under former President Jacob Zuma contains incriminating details of how the latter forced appointments to a state-owned entity, which awarded irregular contracts worth R41.2bn ($2.7bn).

The report, which was released by President Cyril Ramaphosa on Tuesday afternoon, recommends “further investigations as may be necessary” against Zuma and two others – his former public enterprises minister Malusi Gigaba and a former chairperson of the entity, Mafika Mkwanasi – “with the view to the possible prosecution on a charge of corruption … and/or a racketeering charge”.

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