The faces of revolution in Africa

- | 7 months ago

An online article by NewAfrican Magazine says, “In light of recent events in Zimbabwe and Angola, signs are emerging that the continent’s tolerance for hand-me-down rulers may be weakening, and Africa’s strong men are no longer able to keep it within the family.

Ruling dynasties are withering and the powers that be are trembling.   At the centre of all this revolutionary talk are young leaders, change makers, fearless, committed, champions of freedom who are unafraid to butt heads with power.

Kenyan activist Boniface Mwangi, Ugandan musician turned politician Bobi Wine, South African politician Julius Malema and South Sudan’s Alaa Salah have demonstrated that they have enough belly fire to stir up a revolution.

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