Zimbabwe: the prophetic voice of Frantz Fanon

 Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe is preparing to be re-elected unopposed after the opposition's withdrawal from the election, amid reports of widespread violence and intimidation. The situation in Zimbabwe, however, was being foretold as long as fifty years ago by the writer Frantz Fanon, whose theories about the end of colonialism have proved remarkably prophetic, argues Marcel Uwineza, a Jesuit of the Rwanda-Burundi Province. To read this latest article from Think Faith see: www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/20080623_1.htm

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