Colonial tendencies towards Africa get revived through the pandemic

MALAIKA MAHLATSI | Colonial tendencies towards Africa get revived through the pandemic

2021-12-01 11:28:00 AM

MALAIKA MAHLATSI | Colonial tendencies towards Africa get revived through the pandemic

In the early 1990s, a Ugandan immigrant named Charles Ssenyonga went to Canada. Ssenyonga was HIV positive at a time when little was known and understood about the disease and when the response to it was to isolate and criminalise the infected.

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