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maverick - 8 days ago

Parliament: Opposition fisticuffs and racial epithets as Ramaphosa lays down anti-corruption line, even for his kin

President Cyril Ramaphosa said he’d take his son to the police himself if he were involved in unlawful or corrupt dealings. Speaking during his final 2018 question slot in the House on Tuesday, Ramaphosa said he had asked his son Andile ‘at close range’ about a R500,000 payment from Bosasa – the company has several government contracts – and was told it was for advisory consultancy services. DA leader Mmusi Maimane snuck in this question in a clear but unsuccessful attempt to unsettle Ramaphosa. And the president showed his political craftiness by turning scenes of chaos on the opposition into a message of social cohesion.

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