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A taxpayer makes his way to his local tavern. During a brief respite from load-shedding, the television shows Jacob Zuma’s spokesperson, Mzwanele Manyi, railing against the unfairness of everyone from the judiciary to Cyril Ramaphosa’s presidency, in a tirade littered with half-truths. 

At home in Nkandla, secure in comfort, is former president and ex-con Jacob Zuma. The taxpayer earns little as a store teller. He takes two taxis to his place of employment, where he works long hours. ..

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