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Topic - Dali Tambo
Koketso Growth CEO Dali Tambo said he was furious when he heard about the rabbit.
"That statue isn't just a statue of a man, it's the statue of a struggle, and one of the most noble in human history," he told AP. "So it's belittling, in my opinion, if you then take it in a jocular way and start adding rabbits in the ear."