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- An Obituary for Footwear
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Posted on March 19, 2011 | No CommentsKing Mswati III on his part, thinks that what his country needs is an economic revolution, not a political one. The (by inference) lazy citizens should work harder and sacrifice more he said; small farmers should look for loans, should focus on getting the job done, rather than clock-watching...
Posted on September 19, 2010 | 9 CommentsHistory starts everyday. 2010's rash of 50th anniversaries is another opportunity for African nations (some more urgently than most) to look again with an objective blend of subjectivity at their most-referenced bastion of identity, the Name.