South Africa’s Corruption Inquiry Leaves Few of the Nation’s Powerful Unscathed

JOHANNESBURG — The final findings of a three-year inquiry into deep-rooted corruption in South Africa were released Wednesday, part of a roughly 5,000-page report that heavily implicated the country’s former president, Jacob Zuma, but also found fault with how current President Cyril Ramaphosa handled allegations of misconduct.

South Africa’s chief justice, Raymond Zondo, who led the judicial commission, handed over the last of the findings, bound in the colors of the South African…

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