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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 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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Chicken Core: The Rise of Kings

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

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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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The Warm Up

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

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Black Like Us

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

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Juba ‘I will make my life here’

The metronomes of ancient history, the legacy of war, the wavering prosperity of peace, impending independence and inter-ethnic tensions beat the rhythms of Juba – the new capital of Southern Sudan. Billy Kahora reports.

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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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