Sunak’s grandparents were born in India before travelling to East Africa, where his parents were born.
The popular United States-based player is speaking out about the shameful state of women’s football in Ghana, where players have been marginalised in many ways for way too long.
Where the Heart Is, Andrew Chatora’s second offering, paints the picture of a broken tribe. However, the tribe Chatora explores is the tribe of Zimbabweans who left the country in the early 2000s to seek greener pastures in the United Kingdom.
The identity and location of ‘home’ are fiendishly complex matters. Andrew Chatora’s new novel: Where the Heart Is tackles an important issue, the experiences of those in the diaspora and the unmitigated longing for the familiar comforts of ‘home’.
The fast-rising UK based Zimbabwean writer, Andrew Chatora, has a second novel in the wings. It is set to be released soon on November 30, 2021 by his US based Publishers: Kharis Publishing.
Nigerian professor of neurosurgery and spinal surgery, Dr. Olawale Sulaiman divides his time between the US and Nigeria to provide affordable and often free healthcare in his home country. The surgeon even negotiated a 25% pay cut with his employer in exchange for longer holidays to Nigeria to facilitate his philanthropy.
With her writing, and her work as a publisher, Morrison brought the African-American experience to the fore in the US and around the world.
In her creative and critical work, Toni Morrison sought to remap the contours of American literature and culture.
America is not safe for Black people in particular, who are constantly victimised, and killed by the police. In general, the country is not safe for everyone with a spate of domestic terrorism cases. Following two recent mass killings within 24 hours, America’s unwillingness to accept it has a grave problem with White terrorism has continued to raise eyebrows.