Mapisa-Nqakula’s Zim trip flies in the face of our constitution

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Mapisa-Nqakula’s Zim trip flies in the face of our constitution

Using a state-sponsored jet to conduct party business shakes the fundamental pillar of separation of powers

Malaika wa Azania

One of my favourite books is George Orwell’s Animal Farm.

The allegorical book, first published shortly before the end of World War 2, in August 1945, tells the story of a group of farm animals who, after years of being subjected to hard labour and other forms of abuse, rebel against their human farmer, Mr Jones.

The animals, hoping to create a society where they can be equal, free, and happy, chase Mr Jones and his family out of Manor Farm and begin to fashion a civilisation that they hope will annihilate the brutality that they endured under the Jones’s ownership...

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