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LETTER:

South Africa, we are a few days away from our sixth democratic municipal elections. Obviously we know that for most of our history, service delivery has been poorly supported by the leading party and its heavyweight rivals.

Evidence is seen in the majority of the country’s neglected slums which are found on the outskirts of every city and township countrywide.

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