President Cyril Ramaphosa, after two days of tough questioning at the Zondo commission, declared that his silence as SA’s deputy president during the excesses of Jacob Zuma’s administration should not be interpreted as complicity.

Having come in trepidation, Ramaphosa said he “left with many scars”...

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