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  • Election Thoughts: South Africa, 8 May 2019

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    “Will you vote for Bobi wine?” I asked her as she bent down washing her clothes. She looked up, with beaming eyes, she said, “bring the ballot now, I will put my tick for my ghetto president.” You seem to like him very much. “Of course, I do,” she said, “he is our hope, I

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Oh no!!! So sad to hear of his passing. Such a loss for Kenya and the world. #RIPBinyavanga