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How exactly can we characterise President Cyril Ramaphosa’s inaugural appearance before the commission of inquiry into state capture, chaired by deputy chief justice Raymond Zondo? As revolutionary reformer or a middle-of-the-road mumbler? An early assessment tends towards the latter.
There was a hesitance, a vacillation, in Ramaphosa’s responses before the commission. It could be attributed to nerves or to a conscious, strategic approach to shield the ANC from its undeniable complicity in state capture; or it could be due to the poor way in which questions were phrased by evidence leader Paul Pretorius...
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