SA unrest: The state, and not the so-called white monopoly capital, will carry the cost of this wanton destruction

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Supporters of former president Jacob Zuma blocked the N3 highway in Peacevale in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday as protesters continued to demand his release from the Estcourt prison, where he is serving his 15-month jail term for contempt of court. Photo: Rogan Ward/Reuters
Supporters of former president Jacob Zuma blocked the N3 highway in Peacevale in KwaZulu-Natal yesterday as protesters continued to demand his release from the Estcourt prison, where he is serving his 15-month jail term for contempt of court. Photo: Rogan Ward/Reuters

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Counter-revolution by its very nature seeks to mimic and disguise as a real revolution while its objective is to undermine the same revolution.

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