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Paper Tiger

This short but punchy report by two former newspaper editors is a sad story of the disappointment at the decline of explains how it unfolded. It’s not all about the ‘Bad Doctor’. Karima Brown, Survé’s political commissar dressed in ANC regalia while pretending to be politically objective, is also lambasted, as are senior executives who looked the other way while the destructive forces did their work. Oh it is a sad tale indeed, but fascinating. Alide Dasnois and Chris Whitfield Peter Sullivan Tafelberg R260 978-0-62408-717-5

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