When Sports Minister Ngconde Balfour's statuesque blonde typist needed a divorce lawyer, he roped in a passel of cabinet ministers, and the head of the United Cricket Board, Percy Sonn. Judging by what he told her, one might surmise that Sonn's advice must have been given after one of his famous lunches.
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