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Malachi Mukete

Cultural critic, Political commentator, Telly Person, Find me on twitter: @MallyMukete

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October 2016

I’ve navigated the minefield, now I’ve hit the glass ceiling

It’s no secret that graduate life is difficult. Added to that fact that BME graduates are more than twice as likely to be unemployed as their white peers then you will understand why I’m about to rant about my frustrations.... Continue Reading →

The Labour coup is more than a Blairite revolt, but Corbyn is probably still the man for the job

The sacking of then shadow foreign secretary Hilary Benn, after he revealed to Jeremy Corbyn that he no longer trusted his leadership sparked a whole host of resignations from the shadow cabinet. It prompted a vote of no confidence against... Continue Reading →

Questioning the “Africa rising narrative”

Ghana and the whole African continent must harness the potential of their home grown youth. (First published for Joy Online in Ghana. http://www.myjoyonline.com/opinion/2016/October-6th/questioning-the-africa-rising-narrative.php) Among growing dissatisfaction at the job market in the US, Europe or further afield, many young Ghanaian’s who... Continue Reading →

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