Every so often, the daily political mill churns out a perfect piece of hypocrisy. That is, a sentiment so deliciously duplicitous it stands apart from those more common place contradictions that tend to define the public landscape.

On this occasion, Tony Yengeni turned provider. He suggested — with the kind of ignorant sanctimony only the ANC elite can produce — that President Cyril Ramaphosa resign, given his stance on corruption and various allegations surrounding his ANC presidential campaign financing...

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