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Anglican Archbishop of Cape Town Thabo Makgoba, pictured, says the National Prosecuting Authority's decision to drop charges against ANC president Jacob Zuma will leave a "running sore" on South Africa's body politic.
Speaking at a Cape Town Press Club lunch yesterday, Makgoba called for an inquiry into the country's multi-billion rand arms deal, saying the "painful truth" had to be uncovered.
"The question is: How can the citizens and taxpayers forgive unless we know who we are forgiving?
"The NPA issue will be a permanent running sore on the body politic unless we go back to the beginning.
The truth starts with a commission of inquiry into the arms deal." - Sapa