South Africa Risks Becoming 'Mafia State' - Council of Churches
The statement comes after an "unburdening panel" by the SA Council of Churches allegedly found indications that President Jacob Zuma was linked to a powerful elite that was "systematically syphoning state assets".
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South Africa: Churches Say Nation Risks Becoming 'Mafia State'
News24Wire, 22 May 2017
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Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa described the statement by the SA Council of Churches as "worrying" (file photo).
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