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A new investigation says the military is involved in the disappearance of thousands of citizens
The government denies any wrongdoing, describing the allegations of the murder of Africans on the country’s borders as unfounded
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President Cyril Ramaphosa says he will only act on the recommendations of the Zondo commission when the final of its three reports has been handed over to him.
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The Passenger Rail Agency of South Africa did not publicise the tender and gave it to the consultancy despite its bid being R346-million more than that of another company.