Ramaphosa admits ANC mistakes in anti-corruption investigation

Tonight’s edition: President Cyril Ramaphosa admits that the country’s ruling party could have done more to stop state transplants under his predecessor Jacob Zuma, whom he testified before an anti-corruption investigation. In Somalia, the president is trying to disperse tensions during the proposed two-year extension of his mandate by inviting parliament to debate the move over the weekend. And hospitals in Madagascar are overwhelmed by an intensified wave of coronavirus cases in the country.

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