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Andrew Miller, author of Dub Steps - a novel about an anti-hero who finds himself in a post apocalyptic Johannesburg – gives a freestyle about the changed nature of storytelling during the COVID-19 era, and how this period is a numbers game devoid of context. Miller also ponders on whether there'll be any form of moral framework when it comes to South Africa's domestic employment.
22 Apr 2020 English South Africa Personal Journals · Documentary

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