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What if people not as herd voters or victims, but as individuals who belong to communities in dire need of infrastructure and education?

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Derivatives used to speculate interest rates tumbled after South African inflation was found to be lower than expected.

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Professor Adam Habib addressed the M&G Literary Festival on South Africa's suspended revolution - past, present and future.

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