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England’s dreaming

Brexit—and one nation’s bewildering battle to wake from the nightmare of history By Fintan O’Toole In an early chapter of Ulysses, James Joyce’s alter ego, Stephen Dedalus, goes to collect the wages he is due for some part-time teaching in a Dublin school. The opinionated headmaster Deasy talks to him […]

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What are the realistic chances for political dialogue in Zim?

By Brian T Kagoro All political transitions (without exception) whether occasioned by revolution, externally driven or resulting from an election, are perfected through dialogue between the contending forces in society (eg Mandela-De Klerk, Patriotic Front and Rhodesian Front, PF Zapu and Zanu PF Unity Accord). Dialogue is the result of […]