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My interview with a researcher in Belgium's colonial history ("... there wasn't such thing as an education level in order to select their administrators/subordinates from the locals so they used what they perceived as an already established class system and formalised it. The nobles and the rich were to be those who administer the country: the Tutsis. The rest, the Hutus (and Twas). ...") - http://nzaramba.com/index.php?view=article&id=266

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My interview with a professor in the History of Africa ("... the plan was to transfer governance to the kingship until it became clear the majority of the population didn't want a monarchy any longer. So in 1958 they allowed civilians to create (with strict rules) “political parties”. That small door became floodgates and soon Parmehutu, Aprosoma and Unar were squabbling for power with Parmehutu coming on top and the monarchy being abolished in 1959 (all before independence in 1962)...") - http://nzaramba.com/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=267

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A public reading of the play took place at the Africa Centre last Tuesday (2nd April) http://eepurl.com/uGl69
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