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Adeyanju Samuel Jan 26
“It pains me that Africa is going to be asked to give up its most precious assets one more time”- Ali Mufuruki
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Musa Okwonga Apr 6
Really looking forward to 's African Book Festival this afternoon in Berlin; I will be hosting two discussions, the first with Shadreck Chikoti at 2:30pm and the second on "Digital Immigrants" at 5:30pm (). Come down if you're free!
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Adel Beer Festival Aug 30
We’re ready for tonight! Who’s coming?🍻🍾🥂
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mikrotext Apr 4
"Read slowly. I like to start a revolution in reading." Ben Okri
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Chiké FrankieEdozien Mar 28
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Charlott Schönwetter Apr 14
During , I had the pleasure to record a podcast episode with . We talked about , everything from re-evaluating history to writing futures, from menstruation to mosquitos, and also about our wariness regarding empathy.
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Sukoluhle Nyathi Apr 9
So I met an academic at the who says a student was penalized for citing my work among SA literature for their thesis. So here is the thing, John Eppel was born in SA but bred in ZW. His work is cited under ZW literature never SA. So how do these classifications work??
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Adeyanju Samuel Jan 26
‘The slave trade was involuntary and so was colonization.... but the greatest tragedy to Africa is that her most educated, most capable people, decide to leave voluntarily’ - Ali Mufuruki
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Yovanka Apr 5
Replying to @postcolonialchi
I find asking a writer about African languages deeply personal and inappropriate. Ask your politicians why they are not investing in developing those languages and publishing houses why they are not publishing such novels
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Lotte Apr 7
Nothing annoyes me more than this notion that Africa is more hostile to feminism than other places are. It's complete rubbish.
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Cassava Republic Apr 6
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Dr. Jama Musse Jama Apr 17
We enjoyed, the team was great but our audience were more and exceptionally great. Thank you so much for putting together this and many other great panels during the . We hope to continue the conversation at .
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mikrotext Apr 4
"History of the human race is history of migration and history of strangers. Strangers became settlers, settlers can again become strangers. If humanity did not migrate, it would not have survived. We are homo migratus." Ben Okri
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Janne-Juhani Haarma May 10
The awesome dildo dealer ”Jeesus is my biggest problem. I hope he comes back soon as I have some things I want to say to him” talking about sourcing materials for her products. Thank you for a very good presentation!
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Adéjọkẹ́  رافعة Apr 5
Ben Okri: Reading fast = fleeing Reading slowly = immersing yourself
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Clementine Jan 31
Happening again, Berlin. This was such a great book time last year
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Yovanka Apr 5
Replying to @postcolonialchi
Second not all African writer's have mastery of their African languages because of personal,imperial , colonial,violent reasons
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Mariama Salifu Jan 27
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Miryam Apr 7
It was such a pleasure for me to speak with you this few minutes and to see you ! Hope to see you again. Thank you so much !
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African Books Collective Apr 7
Last day of so come and say hi to African Books Collective and learn more about the organisation. Or check out our website. See you soon!
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