A Shared Revolution: Africa Is Capital

The article by Thobeka Nyathikazi depicts the possibility of a change in speed towards the realization of a prosperous Africa. This change, relying on Africa's Social Capital gathering to change its own realities.

A Shared Revolution: Africa Is Capital
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