Joyce Savai, shown in an undated photo, was the housekeeper for Shashank Bengali, the Africa correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers, for many years. In June 2009 Savai died of complications of AIDS, one of more than 90,000 Kenyans who die from it each year. (Hayley Osborne/MCT)
Joyce Savai, shown in an undated photo, was the housekeeper for Shashank Bengali, the Africa correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers, for many years. In June 2009 Savai died of complications of AIDS, one of more than 90,000 Kenyans who die from it each year. (Hayley Osborne/MCT) MCT
Joyce Savai, shown in an undated photo, was the housekeeper for Shashank Bengali, the Africa correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers, for many years. In June 2009 Savai died of complications of AIDS, one of more than 90,000 Kenyans who die from it each year. (Hayley Osborne/MCT) MCT

Goodbye, Africa: Reflections on a continent

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