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Khaya Sithole
Khaya Sithole

This past month, two small yet extraordinary developments occurred in South African politics.

Firstly, the provincial government of the Western Cape published the list of companies that had been awarded various contracts associated with the coronavirus pandemic. Then, the Kwa-Zulu Natal and Gauteng governments followed suit.

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