Someone once asked me what I know about Angola, and I excitedly started to list all the things I had seen, read and watched on television about this country.
When I was done, she asked me if I had been to Angola and if I know these things to be true.
I said I hadn’t. She then remarked that it was a pity we Africans only know about each other from what we are told.
I grasped the gravity of the issue at hand: That what we hear and see about our trading partners are things that may be far from reality when we visit and trade together. Read more. Source | Daily Nation