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Solly Moeng | 2020 is coming full circle - and not in a good way

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As we pick up the pieces left by Covid-19, let us make no mistake that we'd be much better off if our resources had not been hollowed out by corruption, says Solly Moeng. 

As things stand, 2020 will end almost the way it started, if we consider the advent of the coronavirus back in March as the real, eventful, start of this year. It is reasonable to believe that very few people remember what they did in the too-ordinary period between January and March, as they were still setting up for what was to be ‘the year ahead’, all oblivious to the massive truck that was travelling fast in a head-on collision course towards us.

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