After Madagascar disputed vote Antananarivo bustles with cynicism

Antananarivo, Madagascar, resurfaces to its bustling rhythm post-election, yet political tension lingers. Scrubbing a worn-out t-shirt at a public wash house in Madagascar’s capital of Antananarivo  a day after a hotly disputed presidential election, Germaine Razafindrakala, 77, has little doubt about who the winner will be. “The next president is Rajoelina,” she says without flinching,