Despite confirmation that President Cyril Ramaphosa will not resign over the Phala Phala scandal, his political foes are expected to pile on pressure on him to resign when the ANC’s national executive committee meets to discuss the matter on Monday.

An independent panel headed by retired chief justice Sandile Ngcobo said in its report released last week that Ramaphosa may have broken some of the country’s anti-corruption laws in connection with the theft of millions of dollars from his Limpopo farm in late 2020...

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