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In a written reply to a question from the Democratic Alliance (DA), Masutha says that Shaik’s health was last checked before his release in March 2009.
DURBAN - Former president Jacob Zuma has received a hero’s welcome from mourners at Winnie Madikizela-Mandela’s memorial in Kwa Zulu-Natal.
The event was initially meant to have Deputy President David Mabuza deliver the keynote address, but Zuma was added to the programme at the last minute.
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