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Regime change set in S. Africa

No. 2 lays out agenda; party meets today on Zuma’s fate

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South African Deputy President and African National Congress party President Cyril Ramaphosa delivers a speech at the Grand Parade on Sunday in Cape Town, South Africa, celebrating the 28th anniversary of Nelson Mandela’s release from prison.

JOHANNESBURG -- South Africa's deputy president consolidated his control of the government on Sunday, promising to conclude a power transition in which he would succeed President Jacob Zuma, who faces widespread calls to resign because of corruption allegations.

Supporters hold up T-shirts of South African Deputy President and African National Congress party President Cyril Ramaphosa on Sunday in Cape Town, So...

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