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I AM beginning to think that President Jacob Zuma could survive a nuclear onslaught after everything he has managed to stave off in the last seven years.

And staved it off with such a cheerful chuckle. There have been so many instances when people thought his days were numbered: the rape charges, the Shaik case, Nkandla, the Guptas.

But he has risen again and again from the ashes, like a grim phoenix.

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