Africa needs to heal the psychological effects of “centuries of alienation and enslavement” to regain self-esteem and self-respect.
It isn’t uncommon to see South African hipsters wearing suspenders and veldskoene, which was formerly a shoe associated with the lifestyle of the old-fashioned white farmer.
Set in fictional Wakanda, a vibranium resource-rich and technologically advanced African country, it shattered records by selling more advance tickets than any previous superhero movie
Sarr calls first for some inward looking by Africa. The need for healing the psychological effects of “centuries of alienation and enslavement” to regain self-esteem and self-respect.
Most problematic was the fiddling with figures, which classified people according to a minimum income as middle class. This is clearly not a very sensible way to approach proper class definition.
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