The Corrupt Parallel Universe that Defines Our Constitutional Order
Van Onselen, Gareth
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The author focuses on an incident in which public prosecutor, Vusi Pikoli, stated that he had been offered his position back by the ANC on condition that he wouldn’t pursue charges against President Jacob Zuma as stated in his book, My Second Initiation. Van Onselen expands on the idea of corruption in South Africa through this incident.