JUSTICE MALALA: Shaun made a meal of it

Much disappointment has been served up over the past 10 years of trying to put Jacob Zuma on trial, but the final course should be sweet

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JUSTICE MALALA: A kota without polony? Oh dear

The Enterprise polony saga is no joke and has robbed millions of a cheap, much-loved meal

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JUSTICE MALALA: Bye-bye Bathabile

Poor Cyril — he wins the presidency, but a bunch of deadbeats are part of the package

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JUSTICE MALALA: With Zuma gone, what now for DA and EFF?

As the Hyatt Regency comes back to life after the Zuma years, Maimane and Malema should meet there to strategise over a platter of tapas

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JUSTICE MALALA: End of the ass creepers

The nightmare of the Zuma years is over, and Upington, with its donkey statue, was a good place to celebrate

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JUSTICE MALALA: Rough times with the Zumas

Fortunately my lovely wife and I (and the children) were able to dismiss JZ and his family from our thoughts at an Asian-themed restaurant

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JUSTICE MALALA: The day Zuma invited me to lunch

Zuma and his friends will never eat at the celebrated Clementines restaurant in Clarens — they would arrive too late for the 8pm cutoff

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JUSTICE MALALA: When the chickens come home to roost

When the chickens finally come home to roost for the state capturers, you ’ll find me in Plett, sipping rosé and enjoying the view

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JUSTICE MALALA: A simply glorious place

There’s a seaside restaurant in the Eastern Cape town of Jeffreys Bay that knows all about achieving spectacular success by keeping things simple

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JUSTICE MALALA: Service? Gone with the wind

The starters came two minutes after being ordered; but then, much, much later, the wrong wine arrived and the food order was mixed up

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JUSTICE MALALA: Getting the party (re)started

With Jacob Zuma on the ropes, the new year ushers in new hope — and much cause to celebrate

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JUSTICE MALALA: No excuse for bad service

A president who takes no responsibility for his actions and a waiter who declines to serve his customers both encourage a parting of the ways

JUSTICE MALALA: A nightmare Christmas looms

The idea of sharing a turkey with Jacob Zuma and his cronies is too ghastly to contemplate. But a trip to a Craighall restaurant was delightful

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JUSTICE MALALA: The Leopard not changing its spots

Those who remember Melville restaurant The Leopard with fondness will be glad to hear its new incarnation remains tops when it comes to quality

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JUSTICE MALALA: Party of the party people

Why did Zuma have the meeting? Methinks he is panicking

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JUSTICE MALALA: They don’t make military coups like they used to

If Zimbabwe is fixed, will SA’s hospitality industry survive? All the waiters in Johannesburg, Cape Town or anywhere else in SA are from that country

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