Mondli Makhanya | Nobel laureates aren’t so noble

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The latest offending Nobel laureate is Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, whose forces have launched a massive offensive against the rebel Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Picture: Michael Tewelde/ AFP
The latest offending Nobel laureate is Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed, whose forces have launched a massive offensive against the rebel Tigray People’s Liberation Front. Picture: Michael Tewelde/ AFP

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The esteemed men and women who decide on the winner of the Nobel prizes get it right most of the time.

When they select someone who has made a positive difference to humanity and the planet, it is difficult to argue with their rationale.

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