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Kabelo Gwamanda, mayor of Johannesburg.
Kabelo Gwamanda, mayor of Johannesburg.
Sydney Seshibedi

After Kabelo Gwamanda was elected mayor in Johannesburg, rumours of an insurance scam began to unfold. Questions were asked about the vetting of Gwamanda and the answers would have been hilarious had they not been so tragic, writes Melanie Verwoerd. 

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