Category Archives: African Literature

Echoing Silences-#RIPKanengoni

Footprints of a hero in Kanengoni’s Echoing Silences By Dr Augustine Tirivangani  I WISH to put part two of Songs from the Temple in abey [...]

Elnathan John: ‘I want to show that things are never simple’-Nigerian Author

  By Kate Kellaway Literature The Nigerian writer and satirist on his first novel, Born on a Tuesday, a study of a young man caught up [...]

The Book of Memory by #PetinaGappah

By Sarah Gilmartin Corrupt Zimbabwe is laid bare in a sensual debut novel set in a prison Two years into a death row sentence in a Zimbabwe [...]

South Africa ranks bottom in Maths

Is SA bottom of the class in maths and science? WEF ranking is meaningless A report published by the World Economic Forum (WEF) has ranked t [...]

“We have to remove the monster ourselves”-Chenjerai Hove

 BY CHENJERAI HOVE Ten years ago, I was on a bus to my rural village, sitting by the window, looking at a policeman telling the bus driver [...]

Prolific #Zimbabwean writer dies in exile

By Staff Reporter   Chenjerai Hove was a leading critic of President Robert Mugabe and went into self-imposed exile in 2001 One of Zimb [...]
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