By SOC Okenwa
South Africa and Nigeria have some things in common: the system is corrupt; they are the most unequal societies in the world; there is violence on the streets as exemplified by kidnapping, armed robbery, assassinations and state-sponsored terror; there are mediocre governments in the centre. Between the two giant countries it is a classical case of 'guns and roses' -- apology to the murdered reggae 'prophet' Lucky Dube. It is a kind of dangerous ...
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Added October 28, 2012
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