October 17, 2016
Looking back, it seems like Gabriel Garcia Marquez foresaw what would happen in Colombia this month when he wrote in his seminal work, One...
Reviews
April 11, 2016
The apparent thaw in US-Cuba relations is welcome and has been demanded by Cubans since the start of US aggression against the island...
Art
January 7, 2016
Layziehound has a bit of Muhammed Ali about him. He towers over most humans, for one thing. He's also a compulsive self-narrator—when he’s...
Reviews
December 17, 2015
A recent article published in The New York Times by Jerusalem bureau chief Jodi Rudoren, profiled vintners in the Israeli-occupied West...
Reviews
November 18, 2015
African futures, travelling diasporic sounds and writing by Africans for Africans are at the core of the Chimurenga Library exhibition on...
Reportage
August 20, 2015
A Muslim, gay, ‘Coloured’ South African examines how much has really changed in Mandela’s beloved Rainbow Nation. It’s not an easy time to...
blog
September 11, 2014
Bongani Madondo is a South African writer who, for the better part of his life, has been tip-toeing around words in search of the perfect...
Conversations
March 10, 2014
No words could be more pertinent as the ones said by the great Somali writer Nuruddin Farah in his blurb about Yewande Omotoso’s first...
Literature
April 18, 2013
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