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Former president Jacob Zuma has repeatedly failed to protect the truth. Photo: Tebogo Letsie
Former president Jacob Zuma has repeatedly failed to protect the truth. Photo: Tebogo Letsie

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American politician Sam Ervin once said that “the number one job of a leader is to protect the truth”. Protecting that truth may, however, be a tall order for a leader who does not have fidelity to the truth.

With former president Jacob Zuma now in prison, the truth seems still far away and possibly unreachable.

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