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South Africa: After State Capture - Populism, Corruption & Decline or Growth, Jobs & Prosperity?

allAfrica.com Monday, 12 November 2018
[allAfrica] Former Deputy Finance Minister Mcebisi Jonas is renowned in South Africa as the man who refused a $40 million bribe and the finance minister's job, offered to him by former President Jacob Zuma's friends, the Guptas, if he did their bidding at the Treasury. Both he and former Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan were fired by Zuma some months later.
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