An artist paints a caricature of South African president Jacob Zuma that provokes a lawsuit, death threats, and a massive street protest. Around this incident, a kaleidoscope of stories about art, race, and freedom of expression bear witness to the challenge of working in a country that, 20 years into democracy, has so far spectacularly failed to uphold its idealistic bill of rights. An exuberant account of the contradictions native to this troubled land.
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