There is this knotty problem in European-African relations, and one side is really losing the plot.
- Friday, 21 March 2014 18:18
- Shauna Mottiar
Shauna's trip to Lusaka, Zambia where she attends an economic commission panel on illicit financial flows from Africa, leads to a number of revelations about the origin of illicit financial flows and some of the tricks used by the high and mighty to bamboozle vulnerable governments and connive with those who seek to exploit the weaknesses in international governance. But that is only the tip of the iceberg until she meets Katinka the investigative journalist.
- Friday, 21 March 2014 16:59
- Sarah Bracking
Every institution and every individual has sediments, traces of its past, especially its most traumatic moments, the high water marks of struggle. And South Africa has as many, or more, than any country, overlaid in the present and visible in the strange mosaic of separateness still observable in its three main race groups. Three cultures walking around nearly as one, but just not quite.