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African Literature

Easter with Bread or Brew?

Last evening, as I was wrapping up things for the long weekend, a flood of memories from our childhood days in the village swept over

African Literature

Give African Authors A Break

It is important that we acknowledge African writers’ profound impact in reshaping perceptions, challenging oppressive regimes, and advocating for truth. Their works not only enrich

What You Should Have Been Told About Hyenas

Over the past few days, discussions have emerged on how to interact with hyenas following a statement from the Kenya Wildlife Service advising people to

City Flavors on Ancient Roots

Near a baobab tree, tall and stout, I stood, looking like a toddler, no doubt. Its branches, giants, split the air, It\’s roots, deep, swallow