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Ramaphosa was apparently firmly convinced that a clean break with politics was the only way out. Photo: Reuters
Ramaphosa was apparently firmly convinced that a clean break with politics was the only way out. Photo: Reuters

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On Friday, a day after South Africans had been on tenterhooks wondering whether he would announce his departure, Ramaphosa told his legal team to prepare a court application for tomorrow to have the panel’s report on the theft at his Phala Phala game farm in February 2020 reviewed. This will apparently be on an urgent basis.

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