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In Nigerian poet, playwright and Nobel laureate Professor Wole Soyinka’s You Must Set Forth at Dawn Memoirs, a follow-up to his childhood memoirs, Ake, he talks about his experiences in Jamaica in the 90s in the chapter ‘From Ghetto to Garrison’. Here he describes the spate of violence he heard about and witnessed while he was on exile as a ‘wanted’ man during......
African Fashion International (AFI) is excited to share with you the dates for the upcoming AFI...
CULTURE & TRAVEL
Here we examine the role of domestic labour in Nigerian society. We rely heavily upon these...
The British Museum is to consider returning a group of “invisible” objects to Ethiopia. These are...
The Young African Art Market (YAAM) live venue in Berlin, Germany, will host Nigerian Afrobeat saxophonist...