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 A woman runs from the police during June 16 1976 Soweto riots    Picture: Bongani Mnguni
A woman runs from the police during June 16 1976 Soweto riots Picture: Bongani Mnguni

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Few have more succinctly summed up the general malaise of the South African political condition than Smuts Ngonyama has.

In 2004, to national incredulity, the then ANC national spokesperson glibly confessed that he “did not join the struggle to be poor” – an utterance that saw him swiftly savaged.

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