President Cyril Ramaphosa took a strong stance in his third state of the nation address (Sona) on Thursday evening on the need to recover public money that was stolen through corruption. 

Ramaphosa said the government was committed to building an ethical state in which “there is no place for corruption, patronage, rent-seeking and plundering of public money”...

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