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Woza Moya

Maakomele R. Manaka revisits a soundtrack of his dreams, long and rhythmic […]

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The skin I’m in: Afro-Bengali solidarity and possible futures

Naeem Mohaiemen reviews Vivek Bald’s Bengali Harlem and the Lost Histories of […]

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‘Nation Is A Skin Stretched Over The Bones Of The State’

Jon Soske struggles to pin down Hamid Parsani, the elusive, mercurial Iranian archaeologist, […]

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A Letter from Laura Bush

Date: Mon, 26 Sep 2005 05:43:12 -0700 (PDT) From: “Laura Bush” <laurabush@hotmail.com> […]

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A Letter from Home

by E. C. Osondu   My Dear Son, Why have you not been […]

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Homeless in the Afterlife

Death in the diaspora remains a difficult part of the immigrant experience. […]

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Paris-Algiers, Underground Class

by Mustapha Benfodil  It’s romance landed me this job. I am a mailman […]

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I Travel with the Dead

Sudirman Adi Makmur spends an inordinate amount of time alone or in the […]

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Number 11

Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño muses on writing, borders, Latin American literature and the […]

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The Last Angel of History

Filmmaker, theorist and co-founder of the Black Audio Film Collective (BAFC) John […]

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Birthing the American

Yemisi Aribisala explores, with mixed emotions, the enduring opportunism of a Nigerian elite that ensures that generations of children claim US birthright. Despite the assumed status that goes with being born “abroad”, the American dream, she argues, is in fact only a Nigerian backup plan.

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Wrestling With A Warlord

Louis Chude-Sokei narrates a story of Nigeria, of splintered identity, of exile, and of the Biafran War and its godfather – his godfather – the military strategist, strongman and celebrated hero, General Emeka Odumegwu Ojukwu

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Protected: Tawfiq Saleh: To Rise and Fall on One’s Own Terms

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A History of Blacks on the Green

In an attempt to dispel the myth that renders black golfers as […]

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Setting The Pace is a Small Town’s Big Business

The ‘mystique’ of the Kenyan long-distance runner is to be found not […]

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Fuzzy Goo’s Guide (to the Earth)

Playing with words, the original Black Heretic Insider Dambudzo Marechera writes his own rulebook […]

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Even the Dead

Jeremy Cronin reports of corrupt apartheid-era games; questioning our (in)ability to remember the […]

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Nothing but… Grobbelaar

A line-up of football stories wouldn’t be complete without Simon Kuper. In a […]

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Banyana Banyana

As footballers and coaches typically spiel, it’s a game of two halves. […]

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Ready, Willing & Able

Lolade Adewuyi profiles one of the continent’s most successful football coaches – […]

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Shoes

Shoeless and bible blacked, Sandile Dikeni recounts childhood kickabouts on uneven playing fields […]

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You’re… Terminated

Under the parental shadow of Table Mountain, children play on the streets […]

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Stickfighting Days

A good sport? Olufemi Terry summons up the spirit of (K.Sello Duiker’s) Ah-zoo-ray […]

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A Three Point Shot from Andromeda

When not teaching white boy’s how to shuffle, acting Tuff, or fixing […]

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Say What You Mean

Vocabulary and translation, exercises, games — lessons — from Karen Press for you to get your […]

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Americanah and other definitions of supple citizenships

Yemisi Aribisala reads the new novel by Nigeria’s ‘woman of letters’ and encounters […]

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Onitsha Republic

Uzor Maxim Uzoatu visits the sprawling city of his childhood in the […]

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Depth of Field

Depth of Field (DOF) collective, a group made up of six Nigerian […]

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Neo Africanus: In Teju Cole’s World

Teju Cole, author of the award winning book Open City, recently announced […]

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I Have Always Meant to Fail

Isoje Chou knows the road is long, winding and full of mythical, […]

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Nigeria’s Superstar Men Of God

Who needs the God of the bible with his promises of trials and tribulations, crosses and paths of repentance? Yemisi Aribisala listens to the sermons, counts the money, watches the high-flying life of Nigeria’s mega-preachers and wonders.

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How to be a Nigerian

Peter Enahoro a.k.a. Peter Pan’s How To Be A Nigerian was first […]

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A Corpse and its Jurisdiction – a letter from Lagos

Akin Adesokan tropes on the detective genre after he stumbles on an […]

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When We Hear the Name of President

Nigerian poet Tanure Ojaide evokes a language of high stakes, hi-jinx, and […]

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George Osodi

George Osodi is a photographer from “the oil-rich Niger Delta region”. His images […]

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Lagos Underground

In the 1930s, Harry Beck published a map of the London Underground […]

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Lagos: A Pilgrimage in Notations

Having lived away from Nigeria for most of his adult life – […]

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Mining Sounds: Lagos – Cairo

Emeka Ogboh‘s art works require audiences to hone their listening and hearing skills. Turning […]

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Bantu Serenade

an excerpt from ‘Bantu Serenade’ by Ntone Edjabe (featuring Naila Belvett) … […]

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Washing Henry – a letter from New York

by Dave McKenzie As a memento of the process, I received a […]

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Altourism – Where Altruism Meets Adventure

Post Kony fall-out fatigue? Relax, pack a bag and take a break in other […]

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Laugh it Off

From: “Mandisi Majavu” To: chimurenga@panafrican.co.za Subject: laugh it off/young capitalists/samething? Below is […]

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Interactions: A Strategy of Difference and Repetition

Interactions Interactions is an edited excerpt from filmmaker, writer and artist Aryan […]

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The Power of Wikipedia: Legitimacy and Control

The most astonishing global source of knowledge has the power to act […]

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The story of a South African firm

In this edited extract from their book, Ethnicity, Inc., Jean and John […]

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Guilt Trips

Kai Friese interrogates the colonial fantasy that lives on in the sententious […]

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The First Lady Syndrome

Mama Chantal Biya Yves Mintoogue* traces the nepotism and political patronage that […]

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Manufacturing the post-election peace: A reporter’s 2013 election diary

Parselelo Kantai watches as NGOs, the media and the state rally together […]

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A Civil Society Of African States

Paula Akugizibwe assumes observer status at the African Union and finds the […]

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Che

First published in 1968 in Buenos Aires, the biography of Ernesto “Che” […]

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Death by Memory [of Freedom]; Truth & Reconciliation

A tryptych in honour of Steve Biko. Firstly, Graeme Arendse, as his alter-ego Ramgee, presents In […]

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A Fieldguide for Female Interrogators

by Coco Fusco (illustrations: Dan Turner)     This graphic story previously […]

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America Will Always Blame…

Rigo 23, born Ricardo Gouveia, is a Portuguese muralist, painter, and political […]

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Hauling Humans: a tricky business for trans-border truckers

Veteran long-distance driver, Aden, has been witness and participant in the business […]

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Howl Marikana

Announcing his intentions with a howl that echoes Ginsberg, Aryan Kaganof offers […]

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Itineraries

These maps by Philippe Rekacewicz show how the phenomenon of migration relates to […]

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Who’s Free, Who’s Not, Who Was, Who Wasn’t, and Who’s Dead: And, Are You Sure You Know Which Way Is Up?

A Letter from Istanbul by Ed Pavlic   Trayvon remains underground, to my […]

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The Road To Wellville

The Institute of Naturopathy and Yogic Sciences occupies some seventy acres of […]

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Suspect Sammy

A Letter from Toronto by Andrea Meeson   It’s another Monday morning after […]

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What’s Next

Socially conscious rhymes and hipster swag; sexy dance moves and magical mbira; […]

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Memento Mori

A Letter from Harlem by Sharifa Rhodes-Pitts. When I came home from abroad, […]

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Body Paths

The city, for many African immigrants, offers a horizon of hope, but […]

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Speech to the Science Graduation Ceremony of the University of Witwatersrand, 2008

Good Evening. I will use my own life history tonight to argue […]

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Home and away

Niq Mhlongo recently launched his new book Way Back Home in his […]

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The way back home

There are many ways back home. In South African novelist Niq Mhlongo‘s […]

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Threatening the Hormonal Stability of Imbeciles

Born in Honduras in 1957 and raised in El Salvador, Horacio Castellanos Moya is […]

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Way Back Home excerpt

South African novelist Niq Mhlongo has been hailed as a spokesperson for […]

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Name Death & Text

Achille Mbembe unpicks the assassination, disfigurement, and attempted degrading of Ruben Um Nyobè.   Ruben Um […]

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The Way Back Home Article

The Way Back Home On the death of a close relative, Niq […]

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Damballah

Audio/visuals from AfroSonics-sis, Harmony Holiday, originally produced for Fence Books‘ podcast series. “Loose Tracklist” Weldon […]

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Rotimi Fani-Kayode (1955-1989)

Photographs by Rotimi Fani-Kayode. These photos first appeared in print in Chimurenga Vol. 4: Black […]

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Rest In Peace Chiwoniso Maraire

Zimbabwean musician Chiwoniso Maraire, died on July 24, 2013, at age 37. […]

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We Used To Dance

Sandile Dikeni reviews We Used To Dance, an album from Andile Yenana.   Listen. […]

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Dead Cow Spreads Fear and Rumour in Lagos Suburb

Jide Adebayo Begun reports from Lagos. On 9 May the residents of […]

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Relaxing

Okello Sam, a dance and theatre artist (amongst other things), examines the […]

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Dance of the Infidels presents: Nollywood Confidential

starring: Zeb Ejiro, Ajoke Jacobs, Tunde Kelani, and Aquila Njamah Andy learned […]

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Graveyards, monuments and African Studies

by Nicole Sarmiento. “I have argued that the problem with this course is […]

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Authority Stealing: The business of crime writing in Kenya, India and Nigeria

  Kenya In pursuit of some scriptwriter talent, Billy Kahora discovers that […]

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Achebe The Native Intellectual

There Was A Country, Chinua Achebe’s autobiographical account of the Nigerian Civil […]

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Moses’ outro

Does life begin at 40? That’s the time signature Moses Taiwa Molelekwa […]

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Godhead

Excerpted from Godhead, Ho Che Anderson‘s science fiction novel. A kind of class struggle […]

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Ten paragraphs of Music Criticism

More Brilliant Than the Sun? Kodwo Eshun discusses ten paragraphs of music criticism. […]

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In Defense Of The Films We Have Made

by Odia Ofeimun On the theme of Motion Picture as a tool […]

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Bajove Dokotela

Let the good Dr [Philip Tabane] inject you in three ways; music, words, […]

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Three Men, A Fence & A Dead Body

Sean O’Toole travels to the northern reaches of Limpopo where South Africa […]

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The night Moses died (Parts one and two)

The night Moses died (Part one) by Nicole Turner   The night […]

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Everyday is for the Thief

An excerpt from Teju Cole‘s novella exploring the spectrum of crimes, wrongdoings, misdemeanours, International […]

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Unchain the art

Gwen Ansell maps the distance between words and music, fiction and autobiography, […]

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I Smoked A Spliff With Jesus Christ

I smoked a spliff with Jesus Christ last night. Then leaned over […]

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Kin La Belle

Yvonne Owuor takes a pilgrimage to Kin La Belle and finds a […]

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WHO’S CALLING?

Parker Bilal is the pen-name of Jamal Mahjoub. Born in London and […]

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To Be or Not To Bop

 To Be or Not To Bop by Amiri Baraka   I was […]

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Who Killed Christopher Okigbo

1.Night/Outside At sea. Mythic times There is a storm. We see wooden […]

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The anti-art of Kongofuturism

In the multidisciplinary lifework of Bebson Elemba, Eléonore Hellio discovers the mind […]

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Guns, Girls and Gentle People

The Afflicted Yard proudly proclaims that it is “A non-registered member of […]

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Reading Fred Ho

A jazz suite in the key of red Gwen Ansell and Salim […]

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Pulp!

In the Indian hinterland, crimes of passion happen every single day, and […]

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Call for an Archive of AfroSonics

The collective improvisations of black America – and their profound impact on poetry and sound – are near impossible to find in the annals of US academe. In fact, their absence is as stark as the control of archiving is white, writes Harmony Holiday.

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Imprinting Afrosonics

The collective improvisations of black America – and their profound impact on […]

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Beautiful Voices – a call for AstroandAfrosonics recordings

In the spirit of National Poetry Month in America, Harmony Holiday‘s AstroandAfrosonics project […]

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Language Games

For poet Karen Press opposites are already united; they depend on each […]

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Letters to Hillbrow

As part of a walk-in research project inspired by the novels Welcome […]

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Is Biko’s legacy being besmirched?

In October 2002, 25 years since Stephen Bantu Biko‘s death, poet James Matthews penned […]

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Monica Maxwell and Samson Botsotso

 Scamming the scammers? Though a buzzing of charades, of tall tales, of […]

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Notes Towards A Question of Power

Pieces, notes really, fragmentary speculations,remnants, a sense of the feminine under assault, […]

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50 Years Ago: Zeke in Nigeria

Es’kia Mphahlele and the Anti-Apartheid Association of Nigeria Moritz Isaac (Manu) Herbstein […]

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Bra Tebs talks

Was Bra Tebs’ “4 Blokes & 1 Doll” show the highlight of Cape […]

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The Forest and the Zoo

The Forest and the Zoo* (Aryan Kaganof with Johnny Mbizo Dyani)   […]

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Diary Of A Bad Year

Diary Of A Bad Year: President Mbeki’s Letters to the Nation by […]

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All Roads Lead to Hendrix

Greg Tate‘s epic Hendrixian map hyperlinked to the hilt.  As all roads […]

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Walking through walls

Eyal Weizman reports on military tactics known as ‘walking through walls’ where […]

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Cover Story

He’s been described as the “founding father of African literature”, an author […]

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When history is suspended

(In memory of Ernesto Alfabeto Nhamuave) by Ungulani Ba Ka Khosa  I […]

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Must You Stage an Escape?

Stacy Hardy reads the work of two itinerant poets – Johannes Göransson […]

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San Pedro V: The Hope I Hope

Identity, politics, rock ‘n roll, soap operas and sentimental songs; humor, hysteria and […]

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New Bushs Old Ghosts

Cyber crime is a burgeoning business in West Africa, despite often primitive […]

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The Afflicted Yard: The Rock

In 2004, the famously anonymous British artist Banksy visited Jamaica, and met Peter Dean Rickards, […]

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EU fortifies its mission on North African frontline

Supported by Libya and Tunisia, the European Union is ringing the Mediterranean […]

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Migration Business is Good Business

Jean-Christophe Servant argues that while Africa is being welcomed into the pool […]

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Secret Cities

Göran Dahlberg writes that cities in and of themselves are becoming more […]

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La Frontera

Klas Lundström finds himself in an isolated corner of the Amazon jungle […]

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Salut Deleuze!

Culled from a comic book tribute to, and intellectual biography of, Gilles Deleuze […]

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Did You Kiss the Dead Body?

Two in one: firstly Rajkamal Kahlon introduces her project, Did You Kiss the Dead Body?, then […]

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An Introduction to Arithmetic Sorcery

Cyclonopedia – Complicity with Anonymous Materials (re.press, 2008), a “theoretical-fiction novel” by Iranian […]

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The last words of Fela Anikulapo Kuti

In 1996, Keziah Jones visited Kalakuta Republic every day for a week […]

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The Life and Death of Media

There are thousands of people who are paid to invent and publicise […]

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The Boys are Doin’ it!

Fela is dead and so is his anti-materialist political message. Modern Afropop […]

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Uncertainty in Cuba after the Death of Hugo Chávez

As the world bids adiós to Hugo Chávez, Ivan García (of Desde La Habana) reports on […]

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Moving ‘White Man’s Deads’ is no second hand business

With no right to protection from the states between which they trade […]

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52 Niggers

By Stacy Hardy. Julius Eastman had a way of walking. He had […]

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The Death of Jacob Dlamini

Political analyst, Jacob Dlamini, argues that the death of another so named […]

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The Test

  Read the following text carefully: “Know thyself, thus says the quotation […]

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Under the rainbow rays

Dathini Mzayiya‘s new exhibition Onder die reёnboog strale (Under the rainbow rays […]

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Chicken Core: The Rise of Kings

SporeDust is a young animation studio, still a rare species in the […]

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Dr Satan’s Echo Chamber

Reggae, technology and the diaspora… Louis Chude-Sokei documents the transatlantic (un)making of […]

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The Adventures of Dr Evil in Dakar

  President Abdoulaye Wade recently claimed intellectual property rights of the “African […]

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Not Yet Uhuru

Ugandan journalist and activist, Kalundi Serumaga, reflects on his time as a political […]

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The New Normal

  Oscar Pistorius first gained international fame amid a raging debate over […]

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Our cyborg past: Medieval artificial memory as mindware upgrade

By Ruth Evans   The philosopher and cognitive scientist Andy Clark has […]

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The Warm Up

The xenophobic violence sweeping many communities in the past weeks is not […]

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Once There Were Humans

In the hills above Kingston, Jamaica Annie Paul unpacks some baggage in […]

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Voudou Priestess Madame Evonne Auguste

Voudou Priestess Madame Evonne Auguste spoke to Sokari Ekine last August, in […]

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Les Saignantes

          A young woman, beautiful, 20-something, is fucking […]

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Platinum Dreams

Anglo American’s boardrooms at 44 Main Street, Joburg, and Carlton House Terrace, […]

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The Rise Of Somali Capital

The increasingly visible presence of the Somali community in Nairobi during a […]

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Yellow Fever, NKO?

Skin bleaching is often described as a manifestation of ‘colo-mentality’. However, argues […]

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Folk Dancing For Beginners

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

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Do Right Women: Black Women, Eroticism and Classic Blues

By Kalamu ya Salaam   1.    I’m going to show you […]

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Fish Soup As Love Potions

Yemisi Aribisala lives in Calabar in Cross River State, where the scent […]

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The Quiet Encroachment of the Ordinary

Asef Bayat A traveller to Middle Eastern cities, Tehran, Cairo or Rabat […]

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Black Like Us

Tunde Giwa recalls the comics of 1970s Nigeria with a nod to […]

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A New Consciousness

Itumeleng oa Mahabane   A man walks down a street. His shoulders […]

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France’s war for uranium

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Elvis on the move

Milton Papamoscito An unfamiliar congregation – in ‘a riot of electric red […]

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Evidence

Brent Hayes Edwards The cell is four meters long and two meters […]

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Juba ‘I will make my life here’

The metronomes of ancient history, the legacy of war, the wavering prosperity […]

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If you want to see the African Game go to a Stadium

Knox Robinson If you want to see the African Game go to […]

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Somewhere between a scream and a lullaby

In a city where the boundaries between life and death are laid […]

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Sortir de la grande nuit. Essai sur l’Afrique décolonisée

Norbert N. Ouendji interviews Achille Mbembe before Afropolitanism (circa 2010) « Sortir de […]

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Calabash Afrobeat Poems

by Dike Okoro Ikwunga Wonodi is not a new face among Afrobeat […]

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