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African authors – writing for the world

African writers are still in the throes of getting their words firmly planted on the world’s literary map, but their remarkable talents are finally receiving the recognition they deserve. Gail Collins reports.

Book Review: Africa in Transformation

It would be very difficult to identify another writer who could tackle the subject of this book with the same passion, knowledge and authority as …

More dangerous than the female?

Nigerian authors continues to enthrall and surprise the world of literature. The latest to do so is Oyinkan Braithwaite with her debut novel, My Sister, …

Vanishing Africa

Africa’s extraordinary cultural diversity, the richest in the world, is steadily vanishing as modern life inexorably encroaches on its living traditions and customs. But the …