'The republic could well be a crime scene entire, so we must tread carefully lest we contaminate the evidence' This is part 5 of a five part series. Read the previous articles here:PART 1: The truth about the ANC's descent down the ladder of powerPART 2: Is Zuma to blame for the decline of the ANC?PART 3: Zuma's last five years - 106 400 bent officials and R293.5bn unaccounted forPART 4: How the power game inside the ANC is played PART 5: How Zuma captured the stateSTRANGE PICKINGS Three weeks after student protests erupted at higher education institutions - bringing learning to a complete standstill across the country, and threatening the very existence of public higher learning in SA - Zuma finally established a ministerial task team to address the students’ demand for free higher education for all. The task team initially consisted of eight ministers, which incomprehensibly excluded the minister of finance[1]. (The task members have since been broadened to include Gordhan and oth...

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