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Ray Hartley Commentates the Cricket Match That is Nkandla

How to Fix South AfricaIn a Business Day column published this morning Ray Hartley imagines the scandal over the money spent on Jacob Zuma’s personal residence, Nkandla, as a cricket match: “The fielding side is furious. Zuma has clearly been out on three occasions, but thanks to some strange decisions by the umpires, he remains at the crease. He’s not a walker, never has been.”

Hartley is the editor of How to Fix South Africa: The country’s leading thinkers on what must be done to create jobs.

Read his commentary on the match:

We pick up the commentary after tea on day three…. Zuma is approaching his century and the controversy continues to mount here at Sahara Stadium.

The fielding side is furious. Zuma has clearly been out on three occasions, but thanks to some strange decisions by the umpires, he remains at the crease. He’s not a walker, never has been.

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  • How to Fix South Africa: The country’s leading thinkers on what must be done to create jobs edited by Ray Hartley
    EAN: 9780620549882
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