Opinion

Guarding against the Trumps in our midst

01 November 2020 - 00:00 By S'thembiso Msomi

If US voters kick Donald Trump out of the White House on Tuesday, it will mark the end of the world's oldest democracy's four-year flirtation with populism. But will that guarantee there will never be another Trump? It probably won't.

Trump was not an aberration - his rise to power coincided with a rising tide of populism that, at one stage, threatened to engulf Europe and other parts of the world...

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