„Western paradigm brands this criminal.“

—  Jacob Zuma, On page 22 of the 88-page submission to the National Prosecution Authority (NPA), drafted by Jacob Zuma's legal representative Michael Hulley in 2009, as reflected in an NPA analysis document, South Africa – Zuma argues corruption has no victims and only a “Western” paradigm https://africajournalismtheworld.com/tag/zuma-corruption-has-no-victime/, City Press (12 October 2014)
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