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Knowing Bruce Whitfield to be a modest chap, I immediately realised that Genius is not the title of an autobiography. Instead, it is a book that explores SA excellence, a refreshing departure from the day-to-day negativity that seems to pervade in this country.

It looks at our achievements and achievers — with insightful, but rather too pithy, analysis of what holds back even more South Africans from advancing within our own borders. What would be the effect if entrepreneurial superstars such as Elon Musk were domiciled here and paid tax to our beloved Sars? Massive...

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