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Exploring Joburg's All Time Go To Meal : Interesting Kota Recipes.

It's The festive season though the country is still on lockdown, however the festive season has and is always regarded as a time of the year where people consume a lot of food because people spend most of their time at home or on the road. However wherever everyone finds themselves during the festive you will always catch them with so...

By Phumzile Mavimbela 3 months ago

The rise of nationalism and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Americanah

There has in recent times been a steep rise of nationalism that has permeated the world. The divorce of Britain from the European Union is one manifestation of this. The rise of Boris Johnson and his populist right-wing politics is a further exemplar of this. In the United States, Trump and his politics are what can be termed as extrem...

By Tshilidzi Marwala 6 months ago

Ngugi wa Thiong’o’s The River Between: A Review

The River Between is a novel by Kenyan author Ngugi wa Thiong’o and was published in 1965 as part of the African Writers Series which included other influential African authors. It is of a story set in Kenya at the dawn of colonisation and centres around two neighbouring villages, Kameno and Makuyu each propped up by their respective r...

By Katlego Mereko over 1 year ago

Things Fall Apart: A Chronicle of Cultural Collision

Chinua Achebe’s debut novel is the most widely read among modern African literature. It has been translated in over 50 languages and has been accessed on a global scale. It is a fictional precolonial account of Igbo life and reads as a beguiling exposition of Achebe’s divine gift as a social engineer. Things Fall Apart is divided into ...

By Katlego Mereko over 1 year ago

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