#GCS 31.7.18 Pt2

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Gareth had to be a professional reference for an ex-employee, and he wasn't very good at it. The merits of honesty and basic laws of attraction. The intellectual wastelands that South African schools are becoming, NSFAS's woes... then the team don't turn a blind eye to energy consumption in modern day architecture on this week's Taylor Blinds & Shutters feature. K.F. Malindi reports on the Zimbabwean elections, and what is happening around this landmark political occasion. Plus so much more, like so much more!
31 Jul 2018 1AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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