CAIPHUS KGOSANA | There seems to be no end to Lesufi’s unsubstantiated promises

Ahead of the elections, the merry-go-round of promises, the big talk and taking credit for everything have started

20 February 2024 - 22:00

If this politics thing doesn’t work out, Panyaza Lesufi could have a successful career as a second-hand car salesman. The man sure can sell hot air. I happened to tune in to a news channel broadcasting live his state of the province address, or Sopa, on Monday. Such an apt description for these snoozefests. Most of the speeches are soppy as hell, but Lesufi goes out of his way to make his one entertaining...

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