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South Africa swears in new parliament, excludes deputy president

Reuters Wednesday, 22 May 2019
South Africa began swearing in its newly elected parliament on Wednesday, excluding President Cyril Ramaphosa's influential deputy David Mabuza, who put off taking up his seat to address accusations he had brought the ruling party into disrepute.
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News video: South Africa inaugurates new president Ramaphosa

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Trade unionist-turned-businessman Cyril Ramaphosa was sworn in as South Africa's president on Saturday, vowing to create jobs and tackle deep-rooted corruption that has strangled economic growth. Lauren Anthony reports.

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