Monthly Archives: June 2014

Africa, who are your prophets of change? Sept 2012

Ideology died on November 10th 1989, under the weight of hammers and pick-axes, with the fervour of 44 years of rage and the assassins dressed in stone-washed jeans. As we all watched the Berlin Wall collapse and hands meeting across … Continue reading

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Letter to Fred – 1 Oct 2012

Dear Fred, It’s been 22 years since you’ve been gone, your memory lives long, the more they try to extinguish it, the more it rises. You will always represent lost hope, what could have been and what we aspire to. … Continue reading

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Tribalism: The Final Frontier

What is a tribe? As Africans we all belong to a tribe, or have one parent from one and another from another, but tribes seem to be a basic fact of life in Africa. I remember trying to explain the … Continue reading

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“Agaciro” Sept 2012

Agaciro Kigali is a city that can convince you that you’re mad, the whole city can turn on you in unison, it is the essence of the herding instinct that is Rwandan culture. I try to fit in, to see … Continue reading

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