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Andrew Chatora’s debut novella Diaspora Dreams stares back at the White gaze
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Arts, Culture and Sport Andrew Chatora’s debut novella Diaspora Dreams stares back at the White gaze

Zimbabwean writer Andrew Chatora stares back at the white gaze and immigrant alienation in his debut novella, Diaspora Dreams. The English-teacher narrator is increasingly alone between a host country that cannot validate him and a home country that is too damaged for rear-view dreams.

This Is Africa presents: COVID-19 storytelling series
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Arts, Culture and Sport This Is Africa presents: COVID-19 storytelling series

In a creative storytelling collaboration with the Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA), This is Africa explores new realities, based on the impact of the global Covid-19 pandemic. The collection of feature stories, essays, cartoons, video and animations brings together different experiences, initiatives and perspectives on how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected and altered many lives across the continent as Africans continue to forge new realities and routines for themselves.

The Peace Exhibit: African artists fighting depression during Covid-19
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Arts, Culture and Sport The Peace Exhibit: African artists fighting depression during Covid-19

The uncertainty generated by COVID-19 has continued to increase the levels of depression, stress and anxiety of young people and the disease is having a direct impact on the mental well-being of many. Nigerian photographer Obegwu Chudy decided to ignite conversations using an exhibition in a bid to highlight the mental health challenges.