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Episode #13- 50 years of Zimbabwean stone Headlines

"The International Financial Institutions (IFIs) provide loans to poor countries based on conditions that undermine state sovereignty. It is these conditions that precipitate the political and economic breakdown of some African countries. " - Wahu Kaara and Kiama Kaara

Zimbabwean Stone Returns to Toronto

The annual exbition of Zimbabwean stone returns to Toronto with a magnifient retrospect of 50 years of Shona sculpture. Amy Saunderson-Mayer talksabout the



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