South African President Cyril Ramaphosa is awaiting the full publication of the Zondo report before reacting to his findings on state corruption. The first part of the investigation accuses former President Jacob Zuma of having encouraged the corruption of his closest allies in his time. In Tunisia, several detractors of President Saied are on hunger strike to denounce illegal arrests. And preparations are in full swing in the Cameroonian city of Bafoussam for the Africa Cup of Nations.
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