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Siya Khumalo | Nt’sekhe unintentionally proves shape of the world depends on the lens you use

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Mbali Ntuli addresses the media on her candidacy for the DA leadership.
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Siya Khumalo says Refiloe Nt’sekhe’s Business Day article puts words in interlocutors’ mouths and uses a brand of identity politics while making South Africans complacent about simmering racial tensions in an unequal economy.

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