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In the now some would say infamous letter of President Cyril Ramaphosa to ANC members published on August 23, he stated that the ANC should face the reality that its leaders stand accused of corruption — and that the party itself is “accused number one”.
Though many welcomed his words and viewed it as a turning point in the fight against corruption, some expressed scepticism on social media: VictoriaAfrica2 tweeted: “Mr President [do you] honestly think that writing a letter is going to solve the corruption issue in the ANC? The damage is severe…. The wound is so deep and unfortunately there’s absolutely nothing he can do to solve it.” ..
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