ADEYINKA MAKINDE ON DICK TIGER VERSUS GENE FULLMER III: 50 Years On

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Adeyinka Makinde, Writer

 SUNDAY, 28 JULY 2013

DICK TIGER VERSUS GENE FULLMER III: 50 Years On

Africa 1963.
It was a time of hope and a time of promise. Two years after British Prime Minister Harold MacMillan’s famous speech before a seemingly befuddled and certainly resistant South African Parliament proclaiming an irresistible “Wind of Change” sweeping across the African continent, a significant amount of African countries could lay claim to the status of being independent nation states. Indeed in May of that year, a total of 32 of them would meet in Addis Ababa, the capital city of Ethiopia to set up the Organisation of African Unity.
The path to full emancipation was still laden with obstacles: the Portuguese regime of the fascist dictator Alberto Salazar remained steadfast in its desire to hold on to its African dominions, the unilateral –and illegal declaration of independence by a white minority government…

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