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Counter Discourse

From the African Library of Critical Writing 'Counter Discourse' reworks the widening frontiers of black literary aesthetic using the prose and drama fictions of Anglophone,...

African Rhythms

From the African Library of Critical Writing It has been argued that traditional literature in Africa, often called orature, has served as an instrument for...

Postcolonial Identities

From the African Library of Critical Writing 'Post Colonial Identities' revisits the newer literatures within an expansive African heritage of diverse regional and national groupings. Editors...

Africa in Narratives

The first in the African Library of Critical Writing, 'Africa in Narratives' has shown proof, against the backdrop of narrow western attitudes toward nations deemed...

Chinua Achebe: Why he was one of the world’s most important...

by Jeremy B White The late Nigerian author Chinua Achebe has been honoured in a Google Doodle, underscoring his status as a towering figure of...

Book Publishing for African Authors

The Handelbook quality Handel publishing, aka African Books Network, has been, as their punch line goes, 'Publishing and Connecting Africa!' since the past two decades. Striding...

South Sudan officials may be guilty of war crimes: UN report

More than 40 South Sudanese officials may be guilty of crimes against humanity, the UN says. South Sudan plunged into civil war in 2013, two...

Liberian church massacre survivors seek US justice

The Monrovia Church massacre in 1990 was the worst single atrocity of the Liberian civil war. About 600 civilians, including many children, were killed while taking refuge in a church... 

To stop migration, stop the abuse of Africa’s resources

Written by Lorenzo Kamel  On January 17, Italy's parliament approved the deployment of up to 470 troops in Niger to combat "irregular migrant flows" and...

​What’s Distinctive About the Mess Jacob Zuma Has Made by Jonny Steinberg

CAPE TOWN — Jacob Zuma resigned on Wednesday as the president of South Africa, after his party, the African National Congress, pressured him to...
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