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Society & Culture

27: African Proverbs, Myths and Legends – Go together

podcast December 31, 1969


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Show Notes: 

This is King Kurus from the black history buff podcast and before I get into this weeks African Proverb I just Want to say thank you to:

Muleya 

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For joining me on Patreon and helping to sponsor the development of the show 

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For leaving me 5 star reviews on Apple podcasts.  These reviews really go a long way to helping people to find out about the show and well if I’m honest It’s just great to get some feedback and know that your all listening.

and that brings me neatly to the subject of this week proverb.  

One of the hardest things about doing my style of podcast is that it’s a solo pursuit. From the research, to the writing, to finding the sound effects, then editing, posting and promoting via social, I like many many many podcasters do all this by myself and brings me to this weeks proverb which is:

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