One of Africa’s most influential writers, Ngugi Wa Thiong’o, is ushered in with a prayer before proceeding to address the AKE Festival’s crowd. Ngugi is prolific in both English and Gikuyu storytelling. He belongs to a pantheon of writers whose […]
In a panel discussion, writer Nana Darkoa Sekyiamah touches on the brazen hypocracy shown towards sexuality. She expands on the cognitive bias shown by mass media and faith based organisation on such issues. As a storyteller Nana focuses on writing […]
We sat down with professor Sabelo Gatsheni-Ndlovu to talk about – ‘The origins of decolonial education’
Recalling her childhood image of Donald Trump as a buffoon of dubious morality and intelligence, Shayla Lawson ponders the reasons that America may well choose to inflict his leadership on the country of her birth.