Ramaphosa Speaks on South Africa's 'Original Sin', Corruption

President Cyril Ramaphosa has addressed Parliament and responded to questions and comments on his first State of the Nation address. Ramaphosa spoke about the pain of those who were evicted from their land and houses, and how to deal with land expropriation. He also said the government would  implement lifestyle audits on all public representatives, starting with the executive of the government. The president also said corruption in the public sector, private sector and government will be investigated.

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President Cyril Ramaphosa responds to State of the Nation Address debate in the National Assembly, Parliament.

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