#GCS 18.01.18 Pt2

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117 title deeds get transferred in Stellenbosch by private entities, creating some tangible empowerment that makes government look inept again. A man bites his wife's nose off, and then into the hot political news with Justice Malala on the Burning Platform brought to you by Nando's. Lots to catch up on and Cyril Ramaphosa takes more of the reins in South African leadership.
18 Jan 2018 12AM English Explicit South Africa Society & Culture · News

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