Axe hangs over a senior ANC leader and a former Cabinet minister’s heads

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Seven accused in the R255 million asbestos corruption case - high-ranking business and government officials among them - appeared in the Bloemfontein High Court on Friday.
Seven accused in the R255 million asbestos corruption case - high-ranking business and government officials among them - appeared in the Bloemfontein High Court on Friday.
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As the Hawks and other law enforcement agencies continue to swoop on alleged beneficiaries of corruption and circle political bigwigs, there is a growing backlash in the ANC against what some believe is a campaign aimed at influencing the balance of forces ahead of crucial conferences next year and in 2022.

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