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Being a Zimbabwean of a certain vintage, it was fascinating to see independence sweep through Africa in the 1950s and 60s, ours not coming to some decades later. We should have been forewarned about new leaders who promised democratic rule, for set periods as per constitution, but we didn’t. Like our continental brothers and sisters, we have seen development, but at what democratic and in recent decades, sovereign nation costs. We have been saddled with growing inequality and unsustainable levels of debt as our country has seemingly been sold to the highest foreign bidder.  Once again, the Afronia series captures this zeitgeist of what contemporary Africa means to Africans. - (Harry, Zimbabwe)


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