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Chronic Circulations Bibliography

The new addition of the Chronic asks: What is the African imagination of a borderless world? The African world has produced plenty of these and the Chronic, On Circulations And The African Imagination Of A Borderless World seeks to map and pay tribute to these existing works that articulates histories of circulation from an African perspective: […]

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On Circulations and the African Imagination of a Borderless World

Unify us don’t divide us unify us don’t divide us Unify us don’t divide us unify us don’t divide us Unify us don’t divide us unify us don’t divide us Unify us don’t divide us unify us don’t divide us Unify us don’t divide us Miriam Makeba, “Westwind” (1966) What is the African imagination of […]

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The Invention of Zimbabwe: Chronic launch in Harare

       This and other stories available in the new issue of the Chronic, “The Invention of Zimbabwe”, which writes Zimbabwe beyond white fears and the Africa-South conundrum. The accompanying books magazine, XiBARUU TEERE YI (Chronic Books in Wolof) asks the urgent question: What can African Writers Learn from Cheikh Anta Diop? To purchase in […]

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PASS in Harare

From 9 – 12 November, the Pan African Space Station (PASS) landed in The National Gallery of Zimbabwe (NGZ) in the centre of Harare. In collaboration with visual artist Kudzanai Chiurai, who launched his first ever solo exhibition in his home country titled ‘We Need New Names’, Chimurenga installed the PASS studio as a public […]

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Doctor Philip Tabane Lives On

We give thanks and praise to enigmatic, innovative seer and composer-band leader Doctor Philip Tabane, who passed on,  May 18, 2018. The Dr was a giant. Immense in his power of inheritance, the fierceness of his autonomy, compassion and will to broaden the livable space. Nobody else had such a gift to encompass so many […]

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