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Open letter to the anti-TV brigade and my Nollywood people
July 24, 2014 Posted by :
A black 4 x4 rolls down a driveway to the sound of D’banj’s Oliver Twist and stops outside the palatial triple storey residence. The cast’s names unfold: ...
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Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. (Pic: Reuters)
‘Half of a Yellow Sun’ to premiere in Nigeria
July 9, 2014 Posted by :
The Nigerian civil war movie Half of a Yellow Sun will finally premiere in its home country in August, the film’s producer announced on Tuesday. The move ...
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Sex in African literature: More, please
July 2, 2014 Posted by :
Every once in a while, stories come along that surprise critics and readers who claim to know African literature. Jalada’s recent compilation about sex strikes me as ...
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Leila Aboulela.
Q&A with Sudanese author Leila Aboulela, winner of the inaugural Caine Prize
June 25, 2014 Posted by :
Fourteen years ago, Sudanese author Leila Aboulela made history when she won the inaugural edition of the Caine Prize for African Writing. She’s gone on to publish a ...
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Gaston Bappa is keen to preserve Africa's heritage. (Pic: Terry Morris)
African Wikipedia aims to preserve traditions and languages
June 12, 2014 Posted by :
Offline, off road and off the power grid, the forest village of Ndjock-Nkong in Cameroon is not an obvious choice for an online venture seeking to emulate the giant ...
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