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This is Lessing’s first novel and tells the story of Dick and Mary Turner, ‘white’ farmers in a remote part…

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The 17-year-old Fauziya Kassindja made headlines in 1996 when she was the first female to be granted asylum in the…

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Alexander Fuller’s much-talked-about memoir records her childhood in war-torn Africa, with a focus on the difficult relationships between settlers and…

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When US historian Adam Hochschild published his award winning account of the brutal plunder of the Congo it raised a…

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‘Allah is not obliged to be fair about the things he does on earth.’ These are the words from the…

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“Maru” is set in a remote village in Botswana in the 1960s. The novel is an examination of racial prejudice…

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Ben Okri’s Booker prize-winning novel draws on the Nigerian belief in “spirit children” who die and are continuously reborn. Share…

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This thrilling book recounts the extravagant tyranny of Mobutu Sese Seko, who ruled Zaire (now Democratic Republic of Congo) for…

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This short film tells the story of Fred Tembo from Garden Compound (a high density poor urban settlement) in Lusaka,…

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An animation outlining the basic facts around the issue of water and sanitation. Share this:

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