Updated: 23 November 2012 12:30 PM | By HowzitMSN, Sapa
Quotes of the Week - November 23

'Don't Make Assumptions'



A wrap of memorable quotes of South African relevance in the week ending November 23 (© Gallo Images)
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"You should not make the assumption that the majority party will always do the wrong thing." -- Nazeer Cassim, the lawyer acting for ANC Chief Whip Mathole Motshekga, during the court application.

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