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EXTRACT: Rogues' Gallery: An irreverent history of corruption in SA from the VOC to the ANC

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Cover of 'Rogues Gallery' (Supplied)
Cover of 'Rogues Gallery' (Supplied)

If you think corruption in South Africa began with former president Jacob Zuma or even with apartheid, it’s time to catch a wake-up call. 'Rogues’ Gallery' written by Matthew Blackman and Nick Dall tells the story of some of the biggest skelms to grace our shores, showing that dodgy dealings have been a national pastime for as long as South African history has been written down. This extract is entitled Lucas Mangope: The dog of the Boers, 1977–1994.

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