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How short our memories are. Sydney Kaye’s contention that Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma “had not been involved in any scandal before 2017,” must be challenged (The wrong choice (https://www.businesslive.co.za/bd/opinion/letters/2019-12-04-letter-the-wrong-choice/), December 5).

In April 1995 Dlamini-Zuma, then serving as health minister, awarded a R14.27m contract to her friend, Mbongeni Ngema, without after the required tender procedures. In terms of the contract Ngema undertook to produce a sequel to the popular musical Sarafina. Sarafina II, as it was to be known, was intended to tour SA carrying a strong anti-Aids message aimed at the youth...

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