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Prince Ezem Ihenacho
Born in Ogwa, Imo State, Nigeria, Prince Ezem Ihenacho migrated to England in 1989 where he obtained his higher education. He is author of Your Child, My Child, Whose Child (2012) and Hard Hitting, the real truth about Men, Marriage & Infidelity (2010).
Lionel Ntasano
“Born in Burundi and raised in Zambia, I attended university in the U.S.A, Kenya and Switzerland, almost quitting college to be a member of a music band.
Fumi Hancock
African Oscar Winning Filmmaker, Bestselling Author, Inspirational Speaker & TV Host:
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Rachel Zadok – First Rhine-South Africa – Fellow travelling to Germany in September/October 2015

Sylt Foundation and stimmen Afrikas at Allerweltshaus Cologne are starting a new Residency exchange programme for writers from Germany and South Africa in 2015. Two writers meet, exchange their works and introduce the foreigner into the versatile worlds of Cologne and Johannesburg. Each year a German writer will travel to Johannesburg and a South African writer
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Author Binyavanga Lashes out at President Ruto over Anti-Gay Remarks

Kenyan author Binyavanga Wainaina has hit back at Vice President William Ruto over his recent comments against homosexuality. While attending a church service last Sunday, Ruto stressed that there was no room for homosexuality in Kenya. “The Republic of Kenya is a republic that worships God. We have no room for gays and those others,”
Read more +11 May 2015 By AiA in Interviews

Interview: Dzamara family speaks

SATURDAY May 9 was exactly two months since journalist-turned-activist Itai Dzamara was abducted from a barbershop close to his Glen View home in Harare by suspected state agents over what has widely been believed to be his strong views against President Robert Mugabe’s continued leadership. NewZimbabwe.com’s Nkosana Dlamini (ND) rang up Itai’s brother and family