Rogues have stalked SA’s corridors of power for centuries


It may just be time to toss the history setwork books.

Painted as an “irreverent history of corruption in South Africa”, Matthew Blackman and Nick Dall’s Rogues’ Gallery cuts away the too-polite-to-say aspects of the country’s past to show that fiends have ruled for as long as anyone can remember...

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