Mondli Makhanya | Faux morality destroys jobs

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Drinking spots are still shut. Picture: iStock/Gallo Images
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But some have argued that because he does not partake in what in Mzansi they call “izinyembezi zikaQueen Victoria [Queen Victoria’s tears]”, he can bring a totally impartial perspective to this matter. This is exactly what he intends to do: give an unbiased, distanced and unemotional opinion.

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