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In memoriam: Shams Bhanji

Dear friendsWe are sorry to have to inform those who knew him that Shams Bhanji died at the age of 74 at his home on his beloved Zanzibar Island.Shams lived a colourful life and spend many years abroad, far from his native Kenya,...

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