Dodgy Papers

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  1. Kizmet

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    I knew Dodgy Papers. Dodgy Papers was a friend of mine. Johann is no Dodgy Papers!
     
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    "Dodgy Papers was a bullfrog
    Was a good friend of mine
    I never understood a single word he said
    But I helped him a-drink his wine...

    And he always had mighty fine wine."

    (Apologies to Three Dog Night)


    I may be dodgy. But my papers are fine. The finest that Axact could sell - and I've got the apostilles to prove it!
     
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    Or were they the finest that ZigZag could sell? I forget...

    J.
     
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    OK. They arrested the Vice-Chancellor of the University. Good. Now, what about Mrs. Mugabe herself? Well, she might yet be arrested, but I doubt if it'll be for "dodgy papers." See this:
    https://www.timeslive.co.za/news/africa/2018-01-25-grace-mugabe-not-immune-from-prosecution/

    More trouble for the Mugabes here:
    https://www.theguardian.com/world/2018/feb/01/zimbabwe-return-cash-smuggled-overseas-robert-grace-Mugabe

    Interesting tidbits here. The Vice-Chancellor arrested was a guy named Levi Nyagura. He was granted bail for a whopping $200(!) Who was Chancellor of the University at the time? None other than Robert Mugabe himself!
     
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