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President Cyril Ramaphosa promised greater transparency and accountably in the government’s handling of corruption as he received the first of three parts of a report on state capture.

The handover follows more than three years of public hearings, which have cost R1bn, into allegations of large-scale corruption in which politically connected people such as the Gupta family used their links to political leaders to amass wealth...

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