South Africa’s president shuns Parliament appearance as impeachment threat looms


South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa pulled out of a parliamentary session on Thursday amid growing pressure over a new anti-corruption report that has left him facing possible impeachment.

An independent panel led by former Chief Justice Sandile Ngcobo has found him guilty of not reporting a $4 million theft at his private farm in Limpopo province in 2020.

The panel was set up in September after former intelligence chief Arthur Fraser filed a…

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