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The ANC in Gauteng has been accused of attempting a massive cover-up.
Anni Dewani's death could have been orchestrated from the switchboard of a luxury hotel by a receptionist who had used one of the hit man's bullets to ward off evil spirits - and a mysterious fifth man might be involved.
State money was spent on drug- and alcohol-fuelled parties, gambling, cars and buying expensive properties.
Is President Jacob Zuma running scared?