South Africa: Nazir Alli - E-Tolling Scandal's First Victim

South Africa: Nazir Alli - E-Tolling Scandal's First Victim

Pretoria : South Africa | May 09, 2012 at 2:42 AM PDT
Source: Africa Headlines
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Nazir Alli's resignation was nothing short of a magical vanishing act. On Monday, his defiant words graced the letters page of a newspaper, accusing journalist of peddling speculation and assuring the nation the entire e-tolling deal is above board. The next morning, with a puff of smoke and a short... FULL ARTICLE AT Africa Headlines
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