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According to breaking news from News24, it has been previously reported that... On the Phala Phala issue, the ANC continues to protect Ramaphosa, just as it did with Zuma.
MPs of the African National Congress (ANC) appeared to cover the same territory as they did during the state capture era in order to defend their president from Phala Phala charges. This contradicts Ramaphosa's statements to the Zondo Commission and was challenged by Zondo.
Currently, it appears that Ramaphosa and the ANC are working against each other.
According to the tweet, a large number of persons claimed that the same thing had occurred a few years earlier with Zuma.
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