The Elephant in the Room: Deputy Ministers are an Absolute Waste

The Covid-19 pandemic brought lockdown in South Africa, minister beaks the rules. Her deputy minister is not appointed she is not arrested. The article then focuses on the deputy ministers' roles and whether or not they are relevant.

The Elephant in the Room: Deputy Ministers are an Absolute Waste
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