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You get paid, you get paid, everyone on #PaidTwitter gets paid! Justice Malala turns up the heat on what has been a fiery week here in South Africa on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando's. What next in the manipulation of news on social media, and how will this influence elections going forward? This and so much more from South Africa's premier political analyst.
26 Jan 2017 English South Africa Politics · News

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