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Stop lying about me, Johann Rupert tells Julius Malema

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Johannesburg - Billionaire Johann Rupert has called on politicians to play the ball and not the man in his acceptance of the Sunday Times Top 100 Companies Lifetime Achievement Award.

Rupert, in a speech delivered to the awards ceremony on Tuesday evening this week, moved to respond to politicians using his name.

In 2014, Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema blamed his troubles with the taxman on Rupert.  

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