Last December, the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs posted to the official website for public reading its end-of-year report.
In “decolonial” discourse, the African leadership landscape is flattened to the point of becoming a caricature.
Once upon a time there were two politicians.
One had the power to give media and political elites goosebumps. Still does.
The other causes the same dogs to raise their hackles.
Up until, or on the day, a predictable calamity unfolds in South Africa, you still find Western Media insisting that,
On November 21, after 37 years in power, Zimbabwe’s dictator, Robert Mugabe, resigned in infamy.
By contrast, the late South African leader, Nelson Mandela, was revered in the West. His successor, Thabo Mbeki, was well-respected.