Politicians bring university that helped shape continent into disrepute
I was in my mid-teens when I was first introduced to the philosophy of pan-Africanism.
My late mother, a former member of the ANC with whom I used to attend meetings in Soweto as a child, believed that pan-Africanism was the most relevant philosophy in a South Africa where change was happening at a glacial pace. ..
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