JOHANNESBURG, Jan 26 (Reuters) - A top South African businessman and former politician is suing DaimlerChrysler for saying he owns a super-luxury limousine, amid criticism the country's anti-apartheid icons have sold out to make millions. Business tycoon Cyril Ramaphosa said he was "embarrassed" by reports the carmaker had claimed he was one of four people in southern Africa to own the Maybach 62, one of the world's most expensive cars, with a $620,700 price tag. "I drive a BMW and I ...
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