The name “Zanzibar” conjures up a certain image in Western public imagination – fragrant spices, Arab nights romance, and Indian Ocean exoticism. Once described as the Metropolis of “Eastern Africa”, because it was a distinctive place of economic power, religious knowledge and cultural pride, Zanzibar today is vulnerable. Everyday living conditions are at stake in an archipelago where the majority […]
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