Friends & Friction: Politicians are stumblers on a slippery stepladder

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The South African government has noted with concern reports of human rights violations in Zimbabwe. Picture: iStock
The South African government has noted with concern reports of human rights violations in Zimbabwe. Picture: iStock

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“I don’t know where we get these slippery stepladders from, Mr Mfene,” Khafula complains. He is in a foul mood today; the sales of amaskopas are in serious decline.

Prices are shooting up because the taxi fare has gone up. He is on the bad side of the recession. He is an entrepreneur not by choice, but by circumstance.

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