Do colonial borders have any real meaning when movement across them has been so fluid?
Back in 2002. Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Uganda President Yoweri Museveni speak to the residents of Kabale, 22 km from the Uganda-Rwanda border, at a meeting to improve relations between the two countries. (Photo by MARCO LONGARI / AFP)
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Britain’s most influential poet, according to a right-wing national newspaper, is of Ugandan origin.
There are interesting parallels between the US and colonial ear Africa where policies and actions were deliberately designed to thwart African entrepreneurship. The ramifications linger …