JUSTICE MALALA | At last there seems to be light at the end of the corruption tunnel

Those headed for the chopping block will try to undermine people like chief justice Zondo, but we can’t waver

29 May 2022 - 17:26

If you stop and listen carefully in the streets and suburbs of SA today you will hear the gnashing of teeth, you will see the wringing of hands and you will hear the moaning and weeping of those who are about to face the consequences of their actions. These actions and sounds are from those who, throughout the 2010s, were the “masters of our universe”, those who were close to political power, those who stole and defrauded the people of SA through corruption...

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