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Gwede Mantashe says he will seek a judicial review of the state capture corruption report as he pushes back against pressure for him to resign as mineral resources & energy minister.

Mantashe’s statement to reporters on Wednesday came a day after President Cyril Ramaphosa’s office published the latest batch of the report detailing how facilities management firm Bosasa bribed senior government and ANC officials in exchange for lucrative tenders...

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