Sikonathi Mantshantsha is one of our premium writers. Today we are offering you the opportunity to read his analysis for free. To read his columns every week, subscribe to BusinessLIVE Premium for just R120 a month. It’s an interesting place, this land of ours. Just as we relieve ourselves of the national embarrassment that is Jacob Zuma, who delivered state and country on a platter to his friends from India, we take a big leap and immediately embark on another dark journey from which there will be no return. On this ruinous route, one on which our neighbour Zimbabwe is far in front of us, we are being led by a party that has long surrendered its role as leader of society. The ANC, not satisfied with having surrendered control to the small Gupta family, has now again surrendered control to a small political party led by a man whose weapon is to threaten violence against his enemies — real and imaginary. Naked racism is his bigger and more lethal weapon. Not only have Julius Malema a...

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