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AN IC PUBLICATION

The bestselling pan-African magazineFounded in 1966•February/March 2022•N°612
WHEN THE
WORLD TURNED
UPSIDE DOWN
Reflections on living in an era of change

What are the options
forEthiopiaconflict?
South Africa:Is ANC
now a spent force?
Uganda:Chaotic
reopening of schools

Books: Africa’s most
glorious period
Sport:A champion
season for Africa

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CONTENTS
p. 16Reflections on a time of great change

Kaleidoscope
06 Briefs
14 Quote/unquote

Editorial
15Africa push the ‘reset’ button? Will

Cover Story
16 Whenthe world turned upside down
17 Thehappy hermit, by Anver Versi
19C’est la vie– but not quite as we
knewit, by Clayton Goodwin
20The project to die for that nearly
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21 Eightthings that Covid made me do,
byMoky Makura
23a rebirth of history, by Like
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24Md _SP ^PWʭ^SYP^^ ZQ ^ZXP >_LRRP]PO
people,by Michael Renouf
26my heart in Mexico, by Following
GailCollins
27good, the bad and the ugly, by The
MushtakParker
28silver lining to the Covid cloud, The
byEpajjar Ojulu
29are the big ideas? Where
byOmar Ben Yedder

The Global Perspective
30 Tutu– the irrepressible,
indomitablechampion of justice

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33navy takes giant strides Nigerian
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36conversation: Awaal Gambo, In
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40the enemy Engaging
inthe Gulf of Guinea

Letter from London
42 Atale of two Elizabeths

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44 Cameroongrowth boosted by
cross-sectorial investment plans
47Maximising agricultural
advantages
48Cameroon’s global gamechangers
50magical blend of wonders A
52– bringing AFCON
thecountry together

Analysis
54 .LY0_STZ[TL ʭYLWWd
cutits Gordian knot?

Jo’burg Diary
58being poor Where
isa crime

Ivor at Large
60 IsSouth Africa on brink of state
collapse?

Around Africa
62South Africa:At 110,
isthe ANC a spent force?
64Uganda:Two-year
schoolsclosure takes heavy toll

Books
66 Was2021 the most
gloriousyear for African writers?

Sport
70of a Highlights
splendidsporting season

Moky’s Musings
74getting to know Africa Africans

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Readers’ Views

A proper knockout issue!
OK, you have heard this a thousand
times but let me add my voice to the
chorus. he100 Most Inluential
Aricansissue (December / January)
was again a knockout. Super
writing and brilliant photos and
design – a real holiday treat for the
whole family to gather around and
argue for all they are worth about
who should be in and who should
never have been selected.
For myself, I genuinely believe
that all the ‘usual suspects’ – the
hotshot heads of institutions and
so on – should be barred from any
consideration. Most of them are
simply doing their day job, part of
which is to inluence lots of people.
I would rather see more of the
people who have talent and have
made it on their own steam – the
artists, writers, singers, outstanding
academics, sports people, actors and
so on. hey reach millions of us and
add to our enjoyment of life. hree
cheers to them.
Also, lest I forget, hats of to the
many individuals who are going
out of their way to seek justice
for others, or to help the needy or
improve the lives of the wretched.
hese are real heroes – give them
more space next time.

ADUNI MORENIKEJI,
Houston, US

Spread the news
Ater reading the Introduction to
he 100 Most Inluential Aricans
of 2021, I want to say thank you
and applaud you. I think this
introduction should be published
in all Western societies. Please don’t
stop making your African voice
heard.

KLAUS WALBROEL,
Germany (citynot specied)

Invest in education
to prosper
hank you for the excellent story,
titled:Youth to Take Centre-stage
at his Year’s WISE Summitin
the December / January issue. he
article raised a number of very
critical issues and I was pleased
to read that the conference in
Doha, Qatar, was set to explore the
extreme challenges facing this sector

in ofering quality learning to the
general student populations.
Education can and should be a
lagship project of many nations,
especially in Africa, but the
critical question when it comes to
implementing policies that beneit
the citizens, is what proportion of the
gross national product is allocated to
this sector.
For the Heavily Indebted Poor
Countries, a major challenge facing
this sector is the ineiciency of
the preparations made to cater for
early childhood enrolment. he
ineiciencies include: overcrowded
classrooms, the provision of
lowquality teachers and an inadequate
supply of learning materials.
Without addressing the urgent
needs of the early school-going
child, how are children to
progress? he ineiciencies sap the
morale of the students and stop
them quenching their thirst for
knowledge.
Children have to be valued,
and their opinions considered as
important during the learning
process. hey must also be
encouraged to share their ideas with
fellow students and the teachers. his
process of belonging will encourage
them and stimulate the learning
process, making them feel conident
that they belong in the learning
environment, with a responsibility to
participate further.
Another crucial factor in the
provision of education is the
availability of librarie

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