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Buntu Siwisa: 'Helping all to have a voice'

If something is happening, this political analyst who has monitored elections across Africa will know about it.
Last Modified: 24 Jan 2013 11:38
Buntu has experience in academic lecturing, diplomacy and financial management [Matthew Cassel/Al Jazeera]

Oxford-educated political analyst, Buntu Siwisa, who lives in Pretoria, South Africa, monitors Zimbabwean politics for the South African government.

"Help all people to have a voice."

- Buntu Siwisa, a political analyst

He has monitored elections in several African states, and advised them on factors breeding within their domestic political scene.

He also has experience in academic lecturing, diplomacy and financial management.

If it is happening, Buntu will know about it.

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