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Lesufi proclaimed his strong support for cadre deployment, despite the fact that Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s report found this practice to be unconstitutional and unlawful. Photo: Archive
Lesufi proclaimed his strong support for cadre deployment, despite the fact that Chief Justice Raymond Zondo’s report found this practice to be unconstitutional and unlawful. Photo: Archive

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The ability to withstand such a load has been compromised by decades of treachery, corruption, ineptitude and crass racial nationalism.

The mob-like structures of the criminal ANC syndicate, which still masquerades as Africa’s moral authority, have allowed its members to act out their corrupt intentions at will and suffer from none of the consequences.

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