Siya Khumalo | Secrecy surrounding Zuma’s health and political party funding may worsen tax avoidance

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The only real difference between former President Jacob Zuma and almost everyone else is that Zuma has spent some time behind bars for some of his sins, writes the author.
The only real difference between former President Jacob Zuma and almost everyone else is that Zuma has spent some time behind bars for some of his sins, writes the author.
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Evasiveness on funding disincentivises investment from abroad and undermines the rule of law domestically; the public and the IEC must demand accountability to fight corruption, writes Siya Khumalo.

Former president Jacob Zuma's legacy of state capture is alive and well across much of the political landscape. What distinguishes one political actor from the next is how each hides funders who pull the strings over party and government policies.

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