Finally, to my fellow Africans, especially those with a passion for music, try hard to create music from your heart and avoid copying
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Successful entrepreneurs who don’t complete school are not necessarily C-students. They are students who have, and or had ambitions, wit and wisdom beyond school.
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Although British men like David Beckham do have a killer accent, charm and well grooming, our boys down here in Zimbabwe also have a lot to offer.
My big criticism of the term SSA is that it divides Africa according to white ideas of race making North Africans white enough to be considered for their glories, but not really white enough.
Much as witchcraft is highly not likely to be science, but beyond, science is considerably and arguably witchcraft.
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