Zimbabwe crisis echoes down the years

By Simon Barrow
June 26, 2008

The tragic situation in Zimbabwe was being foretold as long as fifty years ago by the writer Frantz Fanon, whose theories about the end of colonialism have proved remarkably prophetic.

So argues Marcel Uwineza, a Jesuit of the Rwanda-Burundi Province, as Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe prepares to be re-elected unopposed after the opposition’s withdrawal from the election, amid reports of widespread violence and intimidation.

Read more here in the Thinking Faith e-journal: http://www.thinkingfaith.org/articles/20080623_1.htm

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