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September 27, 2009


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Dibussi, thank you for taking us along on your journey to the land that I was barred from visiting as inscripted in my first Cameroonian passport. You bring the old and the new in that fascinating corner of our continent so vividly. Now, KFC’s two-piece-biscuit-and-a-side amidst all that charm? LOL!


And here we were thinking that only the Zulus and the legendary Shaka Zulu stood up to the imperialists in South Africa!!! Thanks a million for this seminal travel diary. I wish more writers would use our scenery to tell our story in our own voice. This is definitely a treasure for the archives.


Thank you so much for providing me with this link. So much insight. Interesting details. I really do want to hear what the hills have to say. This was a great piece.


Hi Philip,

Glad you liked the article. It was a pleasure meeting you in Grahamstown this year. And congratulations again for the Telekom media award.


Great piece although I may beg to differ on ths issue of racism and ethnicity. Racisn is real and ethinicty very much alive in SA In just a few days, you may never experience this.

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