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Zapiro: 'I use rape as metaphor because it shocks' - Times LIVE


Zapiro: 'I use rape as metaphor because it shocks' - Times LIVE: The drawing is a flashback to his famous 2008 cartoon depicting Zuma about to rape Lady Justice‚ being held down by former ANC Youth League President Julius Malema‚ party heavyweight Gwede Mantashe‚ Zwelinzima Vavi and Blade Nzimande.

The characters‚ and the victim‚ are different in his new offering. Zuma can be seen adjusting the zipper on his trousers‚ and handing his victim to one of the Gupta brothers who is about to “rape” South Africa. The woman is being held down by Moegsien Williams‚ editor-in-chief of Gupta-aligned television news channel ANN7 and the New Age newspaper‚ State Security Minister David Mahlobo representing “state organs” and Social Development Minister Bathabile Dlamini representing “cronies”.

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