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Case of dèjà vu as state fumbles on

The Merrian Webster dictionary defines the word dèjà vu as something overly or unpleasantly familiar.

For many South Africans, this uncanny feeling is relatable and if anything the recent news events have reinforced that sensation of a country stuck in a constant state of dèjà vu...

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