S.Africa’s Ramaphosa admits ANC ‘disunity’, vows ‘new beginning’


Cape Town (AFP) – South Africa’s president-in-waiting Cyril Ramaphosa admitted Sunday to “disunity and discord” in the ruling ANC party as the deadlocked effort to oust scandal-tainted President Jacob Zuma grinds on.

Ramaphosa outlined his wish to replace “a period of difficulty, disunity and discord” with “a new beginning” for the party, vowing to tackle alleged corruption that has tarnished Zuma’s government.


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