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Ebrahim Harvey | The Zondo report: A reflection of the ANC's vicious, caustic factionalist war

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President Cyril Ramaphosa receives the first part of the state capture report from Raymond Zondo. Photo: GCIS
President Cyril Ramaphosa receives the first part of the state capture report from Raymond Zondo. Photo: GCIS

Ebrahim Harvey writes that the severity of the findings, allegations and relevant recommendations made in the Zondo report into state capture, makes it very clear that it is bound to worsen and deepen the already existing factionalist war in the ANC.

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