Ramaphosa: We reject corruption

President Cyril Ramaphosa. GCIS

JOHANNESBURG - President Cyril Ramaphosa paid tribute to all those working to preserve the country's heritage.

He is also called for unity in rebuilding the country after what he says was a challenging year.

His official Heritage Day message was delivered virtually.

Ramaphosa says that as South Africans we reject acts of corruption.

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The president has reiterated that public servants should not be involved in criminal acts.

"We reject dishonourable conduct as South Africans. We are not involved in crime and we report those who are involved in crime, he said.

"We do not engage in acts of corruption, especially as public servants or public representatives who have been entrusted with the welfare of our beloved countries citizens."


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