ANC 'blindsided' by Guptas, Ramaphosa tells Zondo as he finishes testimony - but questions remain

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Cyril Ramaphosa at the Zondo Commission on Thursday.
Cyril Ramaphosa at the Zondo Commission on Thursday.
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They were "blindsided" by former president Jacob Zuma's friendship with the Guptas and were not "alert" enough to react to the signposts on the road to state capture, President Cyril Ramaphosa testified in his final appearance before the Zondo Commission on Thursday, as questions remain.

It appeared the commission continued to explore when Ramaphosa knew about state capture and what was done about it. Whether it received satisfying answers is debatable.  

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