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Clampdown: Parking problems plague Dlamini-Zuma's first day in parly

22 October 2017 - 00:04 By THABO MOKONE and JAN-JAN JOUBERT

ANC presidential contender Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma has pledged to clamp down on corruption as part of her campaign.
But in her first week as an ANC MP, parliamentary security officers instead clamped down on her for illegal parking within the national legislature complex in Cape Town.
Parliamentary sources have revealed that security officers put the clamps on Dlamini-Zuma's German sedan on Wednesday which was illegally parked close to the Poorthuis entrance to the national legislature...

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