A decade of corruption under Jacob Zuma is likely to have cost SA more than R500bn, President Cyril Ramaphosa said on Monday.

As he sought to reassure investors that sweeping reforms would revive the economy and bring perpetrators to account, Ramaphosa warned that the impact of years of graft under Zuma, his predecessor, was even greater than previously thought.

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