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Justice Malala dives into this week’s hottest political news, courtesy of Nando’s, starting off with the ANC manifesto launch and the tragic bus accident that followed. He also gives his opinion on why our leadership is spending a lot of time in the Middle East, the reality of unemployment in SA and the alleged rape crisis at Rhodes. Also, mark your calendars, the President is heading back to parliament on 17 May to answer more questions!
21 Apr 2016 English South Africa Politics · News

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