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2013 Aug. 27: Because I am

 by Tinashe Wakapila   It’s no beautiful melody when you hear a politician promising everything but a human being’s life First it was ‘worse than dogs and pigs’, i thought oh well, i have
 enough on my platter to deal with so … Continue reading

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