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You can’t make it up. Just when you think there’s no news, the SA political and business fraternities oblige. Last week businessman Duduzane Zuma appeared in court for offering former deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas a R600m bribe. Zuma’s supporters bleated that he shouldn’t have appeared in court in chains. Hawu batho! Every other suspect facing the same charges appears in chains. I also noticed that no-one seemed to remember that Zuma had shown the parliamentary inquiry into Eskom the finger — several times — from his plush pad in Dubai. He has been busy, young Zuma. On Thursday he appeared in court again, this time for culpable homicide. Two women died after his Porsche rammed into a taxi they were travelling in. You remember the case, of course: Zuma called the Guptas first and didn’t bother about the cops or medics. Kind guy. Anyway, at both of Zuma’s court appearances he was "defended" by a motley crew from Black First Land First (BLF), the eight-person Gupta rent-a-crowd...

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