Zimbabwe: Why We Should Let Go of Symbols and Myths

It is because of symbols and legends that we ended up with Robert Mugabe. Unless we stop creating and elevating the myths and legends surrounding individuals, we may fall back into the same system we are hoping we eradicated.

Zimbabwe: Why We Should Let Go of Symbols and Myths
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