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“I know people think I am a Zuma loyalist who was pushing for a nuclear deal,” says Tina Joemat-Pettersson. “But I was not for sale — and I would never sell my country.”

It’s just after 8.30 on a Thursday night and, two years after we first reached out to her, Joemat-Pettersson, the woman who signed SA’s unlawful intergovernmental nuclear agreement with Russia, has finally agreed to speak about her three years as former president Jacob Zuma’s minister of energy...

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