Jeremy Gordin

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It’s that time of the year when, in many parts of the world, political analysts are writing about those moments that have somehow captured the soul of a particular government or ruling party – perhaps even the zeitgeist of the country itself.

We in South Africa have of course had our share of those events in 2010. We learned, for example, that President Jacob Zuma’s 28-year-old son, Duduzane, who seems to have no business experience in the metals industry, has benefited from a black empowerment deal related to ArceloMittal (a large steel company) and that Khulubuse Zuma, the president’s plump and jovial nephew, has made a literal fortune (many millions) since Uncle Jacob came to power.…  Seguir leyendo »