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Together with increasingly incoherent pandemic management, corruption scandals threaten to weaken President Cyril Ramaphosa. They could cost the ANC at the ballot box in 2021, though few established opposition parties are well placed to gain from this; apathy may emerge as the biggest winner. Unless managed decisively yet delicately, the corruption scandals could fuel questions over whether Ramaphosa will be a one-term president. ANC beyond redemption? Pandemic-related corruption and procurement fraud threaten to puncture once and for all the myth of a ‘new and improved A
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