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Dagga

Rustum Kozain muses over the cultural and alternative relations built, negotiations and […]

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Debt and Study

Against the proliferation of capitalist logistics, governance by credit and the management […]

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The Complete Gentleman

In London Kamwendo’s interpretation of Amos Tutuola’s sly satire of spectral global capitalism […]

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Kaveena

In Catherine Anyango’s adaptation of Boubacar Boris Diop’s Kaveena, the boundary between nightmare and […]

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Afro Horn

Forged from a rare metal found only in Africa and South America, […]

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Yakhal’ Inkomo

An explosive bellow from the spiritual heart of the black experience, saxophonist […]

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Major Gentl and the Achimota Wars

Set in 2020, Kojo Laing‘s 1992 dark ecological sci-fi novel envisions a condition […]

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Time to Bleed

An extended conversation between Aryan Kaganof and Walter Mignolo   What I […]

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The Making of Mannenberg

By John Edwin Mason On a winter’s day in 1974, a group […]

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The Way I See It: We Need New Myths

By Shabaka Hutchings Probing the musical narratives of jazz and hip-hop, saxophonist […]

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Thinking of Brenda

By Njabulo Ndebele I first heard Brenda Fassie sing on a languid, […]

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The University of Soweto

Frank B. Wilderson draws from his memory of student protests in 1993 […]

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Reform and Revolution at the University of Lovanium

In this essay on the gestation, articulations and manipulations of student politics […]

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Marcus Garvey is Alive in East Africa

A university in eastern Uganda, named in honour of the pan African […]

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The Picture

By Suren Pillay The picture swayed from side to side like a […]

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Inaudible I

By Salim Washington and Winston ‘Mankunku’ Ngozi Winston ‘Mankunku’ Ngozi: Ja, well, […]

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Giant Steps – from a film by Aryan Kaganof and Geoff Mphakati

By Aryan Kaganof & Geoff Mphakati We’re only preparing you to get […]

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Dear Dr. Schwab, Queen of Jordan

 By Binyavanga Wainaina Professor Klaus SchwabFounder & Executive ChairmanWorld Economic Forum & […]

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Folk Dancing for Beginners

By Karen Press   (He sets the tone) In my country the […]

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Dansons Donc le Zouglou

By Henri-Michel Yere Déscolarisé In 1980s Côte d’Ivoire, exclusion from the schooling […]

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