ANC Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will continue speaking out against state capture and corruption in his party’s ranks‚ despite efforts to silence him. Ramaphosa made the remarks on Sunday while addressing thousands of party supporters at a cadres’ forum in Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape. Ramaphosa told ANC members to speak out against all wrongs in the party and reject attempts from some quarters to quell dissenting voices. "We are facing problems of corruption within our ranks. Problems of intentions by other people and families to capture our movement and government‚" said Ramaphosa. "Right now some say we must not talk about problems within the movement. The atmosphere is contaminated. What are we supposed to do? Must we keep quiet? We have to talk about these things so our organisation can self-correct‚" he went on‚ as the hyped-up audience shouted "bua"‚ a commonly used Sotho term in political circles that loosely means "speak out". "If we do not talk about our pro...

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