A place where politics is actually invited to stick its unedifying nose into the affairs of the judiciary

18 April 2021 - 00:03 By barney mthombothi

During his solitary and rambling appearance before the Zondo commission, Jacob Zuma was allowed to scour the inner recesses of his mind for all the slights and slings visited upon him over the years and the spies who had allegedly snitched on him...

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