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I visited South Africa’s most hated gallery for The New Yorker, and, before that, wrote about a controversy involving President Jacob Zuma and an infamous painting that rocked the country for over a month.
Photo via The New Yorker
Written by okeowo
June 25, 2012 at 3:54 pm
Posted in Uncategorized
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