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When the Boss Playa Stops, the Beat Goes On: Reflections on Komla Dumor

Death as a phenomenon generally elicits negative feelings; these emotions tend to run deeper if the person who dies was an admirable person. Even in some cases where the person in question was not well liked while alive, the solemnity … Continue reading

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Musings on the “Africa’s New Middle Class Rising” Cliché

This week the BBC had a debate about Africa’s New Middle Class. The lively discussion was held across a few days on social networks and on radio, bringing together opinions from both the continent and beyond. For background to the debate … Continue reading

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