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Qaanitah Hunter | Drunken lies: The Jacques Pauw incident needs to be a teachable moment

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Investigative journalist and author Jacques Pauw Photo: Adrian de Kock
Investigative journalist and author Jacques Pauw Photo: Adrian de Kock

The Jacques Pauw incident, without a doubt, will affect the entire media industry in South Africa at a time where our credibility is constantly taking a knock, writes Qaanitah Hunter.

This column was meant to be about Jacob Zuma.

It was meant to be about the former president who this week desecrated the Constitution by violating a summons from the apex court and then sought to justify his defiance by playing the victim. 

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