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An advisory panel established by SA’s parliament found there are grounds for lawmakers to investigate President Cyril Ramaphosa in connection with a scandal over a robbery at his game farm. “In light of all the information placed before the panel, we conclude that this information discloses, prima facie, that the president may have committed” violations of sections of the constitution, it said in the report published at the end of November. President Ramaphosa has called on the Constitutional Court to dismiss the report. Read more



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