OPINION | Comradeship before performance makes SA's service delivery crisis a ticking time bomb

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Service delivery protest - photo illustrative. (Gallo Images)
Service delivery protest - photo illustrative. (Gallo Images)
Jaco Marais, Gallo Images

Growing disquiet and marginalisation from local services could eventually lead to unstoppable uprising as South Africa's people grow weary of systemic ineptitude, says Eddie Rakabe. 

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