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Thuli Madonsela | Ramaphosa's moment of truth

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Cyril Ramaphosa was last weekend re-elected as president of the ANC during the party’s 55th national conference at Nasrec, Johannesburg. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
Cyril Ramaphosa was last weekend re-elected as president of the ANC during the party’s 55th national conference at Nasrec, Johannesburg. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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Keeping himself as below the radar as possible seems to have been a strategy that saw President Cyril Ramaphosa pull out a Houdini-like escape that led him to triumph in his quest for a second term as ANC president.

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