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Siya Khumalo | Vaccine queue-jumping: The ANC is beyond self-renewal and moral regeneration

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President Cyril Ramaphosa gets a Covid-19 vaccine jab at Khayelitsha District Hospital in Cape Town.
President Cyril Ramaphosa gets a Covid-19 vaccine jab at Khayelitsha District Hospital in Cape Town.
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Other states' politicians resign for jumping the vaccine queue; Ramaphosa can barely stand up for ConCourt orders or his party's "step-aside" rule, let alone the country, writes Siya Khumalo.

Jackson Mthembu's body was barely cold when it became obvious that our political leaders would learn one of two lessons from his death:

To raise the stakes of this moral challenge, there would be a limited number of vaccines to go around.

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