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Do Elections Really Work In Africa?

The question 'do elections in Africa really work?' demands critical consciousness—deep reflection and progressive action in order to end oppression of all forms and thus achieve the full humanization of African peoples.

Do Elections Really Work In Africa?

Economic Freedom Fighters leader Julius Malema, whose party is a regular player in South African elections. PIC/IB Times UK.

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