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Hope42Day interviews: Philemon Matibe

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Hope42Day interviews authors, musicians, inspirationalists and "Hope Ambassadors" from across the globe. Please join us today as Host Lynn Kindler interviews author Philemon Matibe as he talks with us about his upcoming autobiography called, "Madhinga Bucket Boy" which starts with is rom his “accidental” birth in 1967, Matibe brings to life his boyhood with the spare eloquence and easy humor of the tales told around his village campfire. He commemorates the clutch of an affectionate family in an oppressive society. He marvels as his parents make the necessary compromises with a brutal, all-powerful system without compromising their honor. And he recalls his brief infatuation with a charismatic young revolutionary named Mugabe—until his uncle’s ultimate sacrifice points him to a more authentic meaning of freedom.

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