The age of disruption: Lessons from the US for South Africa

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Supporters of US President Donald Trump protested in the US Capitol Rotunda on 6 January 2021.
Supporters of US President Donald Trump protested in the US Capitol Rotunda on 6 January 2021.
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Fed on a diet of manipulation and lies, the excluded can easily become the puppets of corrupt autocrats in SA's party politics who take advantage of the context, just as Donald Trump did in the US, writes Tawana Kupe.

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