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Mel’s Matatu

Mel’s Matatu Philanthropy I was born in Uganda during a time when Idi Amin was kicking out British nationals. Needless to say, we didn’t stay long. In 2008, after years of dreaming about going back, I finally returned. I had been planning my trip for a while. I was living in Vancouver working as a manager in hospitality but I had a calling to do something philanthropic. One of the

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Family Ties: MI6 officer whose expertise on Africa was Lord Carrington’s secret weapon

One evening at the Maasai Mara National Reserve, while sitting around the campfire and watching the wildlife, Dad tried to tell us what he did for a living. After a rather circuitous explanation, which was more confusing than enlightening, I interrupted him and said: “Oh, you mean you are like James Bond!” Roger Horrell Saturday June 12 2021, 12.01am BST, The Times The success of the 1979 Lancaster House conference,

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Mel’s Matatu

Mel’s Matatu Philanthropy I was born in Uganda during a time when Idi Amin was kicking out British nationals. Needless to say, we didn’t stay

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Mel’s Matatu

Mel’s Matatu Philanthropy I was born in Uganda during a time when Idi Amin was kicking out British nationals. Needless to say, we didn’t stay

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