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BREAKING: South Africa’s Ramaphosa Re-Elected As Leader Of Ruling Party ANC

Cyril Ramaphosa, the president of South Africa, was re-elected as the ANC’s (African National Congress) leader at a party leadership election, an ANC spokesman announced on Monday, December 19th.

At the five-day event held in the largest city in the nation, Johannesburg, Ramaphosa was expected to win re-election for a second five-year term as ANC leader.

He secured the most nominations from rank-and-file ANC members and is widely viewed as the country’s most popular politician.

However, the “Farmgate” controversy, which involved excessive amounts of foreign currency discovered stashed at his private game farm, plagued his re-election campaign in June.

The incident has not resulted in any criminal charges against Ramaphosa, and he has denied any wrongdoing. However, it has prompted inquiries about how he received the money and whether he declared it.

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