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Disease, Debt and Dependence: Africa’s foreign aid narrative.

The timing of the coronavirus pandemic could not have been worse for Africa’s already ailing purse and in particular, its debt standing. As of April 2019, according to the IMF, half of African Low-Income Countries (LICs) were either in debt distress or at high risk of being so. Translated, this means that African Countries have become perennial begging bowls of…

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Rhetoric, Reminiscence and Regret: A Zimbabwean opposition modus operandi.

MDC Alliance's de facto leader Nelson Chamisa giving his Independence Day Address The whole Zimbabwean nation came together virtually on the 18th of April to celebrate 40 years of independence from suppressive white minority colonial rule. Unlike the previous 39 times, there was no pomp and fanfare attached to the event, mainly due to the…

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