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Another long walk

Another long walk
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  • Robert de Vos says:

    And yet the ANC will get the usual votes even though the children are literally dying to get an education.

  • vimal naidoo says:

    Tata’s long walk was over a long time ago.
    What you got now is the ANC and the bunch of merry thieves (tenderpreneurs )driving and flying in Tata’s righteous footpath,Whilst looking down at the starving , hungry uneducated and down trodden .
    The people that vote for the ANC and get nothing in return only have themselves to blame .

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