• Zimbabwe, MDC Alliance: Nostalgia, Spoils and Last Chances

    Zimbabwe, MDC Alliance: Nostalgia, Spoils and Last Chances0

    Zimbabwe’s largest opposition party, the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC-T) has decided to take a big political risk for the forthcoming 2018 harmonised election.  It has decided to reach out to not only its one time members/leaders who left it in acrimonious circumstances but also other parties and begin a public process of setting up

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  • Cyril Ramaphosa and the Irrelevance of Adultery

    Cyril Ramaphosa and the Irrelevance of Adultery0

    Those who think that politicians should be held to a higher moral standard than other influential people seem guilty of an inconsistency. The primary clue as to what should be expected of you is in your job title or description – if you’re a teacher, you should be judged on your teaching, and if you’re

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  • Why Kenyans Must Keep Their Feet Firmly On The Ground

    Why Kenyans Must Keep Their Feet Firmly On The Ground0

    Kenyans are given to bouts of euphoria. Once ranked as the most optimistic people in the world, it is a society almost congenitally programmed to look on the bright side of life and to seek out silver linings on even the darkest of clouds. It is famously the land of “Hakuna Matata”, which for anyone

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  • Tanzania at the T-Junction

    Tanzania at the T-Junction0

    The protagonists of the recently premiered film, T-Junction, are a marvel to watch. Although dubbed “An Amil Shivji’s film”, it is a collaborative work that brings Tanzanian talents as they attempt to make sense of our society. What is particularly impressive is the way the scriptwriter who also happens to be the director has juxtaposed

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