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this struggling farm out was a lifelong support set of south Africa's long governing African National Congress party but in this month's election lingering corruption allegations mean they do not have his votes this Terry project is one of the best known cases in what south Africans cold the alleged capture the state by wealthy powerful interests local ANC officials offered me shot come one a stakes in a dairy farm in twenty thirteen he was one of eighty people he was set to get an equal portion of a fifty percent share in a bench out funded by the local government but he says the project set up to help landless black farmers became fraudulent and is now scrutinized by prosecutors , president zero ramaposa and his I. N. C. policy a worried about losing the support of people like comp one a and a struggling to reverse a drop in support ramaposa was propelled into office early last year off the anger over alleged cross fools Jacobs the much resigned from his nine year presidency but since he took a vote in a senior government official has been convicted for financial wrongdoing despite setting up a special investigations unit to deal with the claims corruption nine we see corruption being investigated but no one's being arrested if it was me I would have long been in jail that's the painful parts , opposition leaders have used this to their advantage centering that campaigns around corruption prosecutors claim a fifteen million dollars of public money pumped into the Derry projects was siphoned off they say they're building a case of dropping charges last year against three provincial officials and family business associates due to lack of evidence all those accused deny any wrongdoing