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Yakhe Kwinana, former chairman of SAA Technical and a former SAA board member, testified before the Zondo commission. Picture: Gallo Images
Yakhe Kwinana, former chairman of SAA Technical and a former SAA board member, testified before the Zondo commission. Picture: Gallo Images

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We laughed a lot this week. Like, a lot. And heaven knows we needed it badly amid the depressing economic news that becomes more depressing by the day; the horrific news of the massacre on the Cape Flats last weekend; and the grim prospect of a Duduzane Zuma presidency.

And so our unofficial court jesters stepped up to the plate and had us in stitches. First up was former SAA board member Yakhe Kwinana.

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