ART AND CULTURE STORIES

31/7/2014

South Africa shantytown forces anti apartheid museum to close

Port Elizabeth residents want their poverty issues resolved

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The meeting place of west African musicBy AFRICA REVIEW Writer | Wednesday, July 30   2014 at  14:53

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Putting different sounds together to create a new colour

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Nigeria's film industry finds new audiences onlineBy TOMI OLADIPO in Lagoes | Tuesday, July 29   2014 at  10:36

Inside the iRoko offices in Lagos. PHOTO | BBC |

Virtual Nollywood comes alive on "Netflix of Africa"

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Must African writers be ‘anointed’ by foreigners to be taken seriously?By RASNA WARAH | Monday, July 28   2014 at  10:20

Billy Kahora and Okwiri Oduor. PHOTOS | FILE NATION MEDIA GROUP |

Politics of the Caine Prize for African Writing and other literary awards

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New book on Tanzania launchedBy HENRY MWANGONDE in Dar es Salaam | Tuesday, July 22   2014 at  10:43

Widow of former Tanzanian President Julius Nyerere Maria with author Urmila Jhaveri display a new book, Dancing with destiny. Looking on is Tanzania’s Asian Development Association (Tada) chairman Shabir Abji. PHOTO | SALIM SHAO |

New title details origin and role of Asians in East African state

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Nelson Mandela memorabilia auctionedBy BBC | Friday, July 18   2014 at  12:41

A chess set depicting South African politicians from either side of the apartheid divide. PHOTO | BBC |

Sale items expected to raise around $450,000 for charity

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Botswana 'stalker' poetess ecstatic about Kenya dateBy MTOKOZISI DUBE in Gaborone | Wednesday, July 16   2014 at  18:19

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Berry Heart can't wait to meet Nigerian great Wole Soyinka

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