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African Books Collective

"The Best of African Publishing from a Single Source of Supply. African Books Collective, founded, owned and governed by African publishers, seeks to strengthen indigenous African publishing through collective action and to increase the visibility and accessibility of the wealth of African scholarship and culture."

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Rafeiros de Salónica

19/11 | by Kjell Askildsen

Samad in the Forest : English-Tumbuka Bilingual Edition

19/11 | by Mohammed Umar

Samad in the Forest : English-Thai Bilingual Edition

19/11 | by Mohammed Umar

River Willows

19/11 | Senryu from Lockdown - by Tony Ullyatt

Queer Africa 2

19/11 | New Stories - edited by Makhosazana Xaba, Karen Martin

On Days Such as This

19/11 | by Gail Dendy

Samad in the Forest : English-Siswati Bilingual Edition

19/11 | by Mohammed Umar

Samad in the Forest : English-Tshivenda Bilingual Edition

19/11 | by Mohammed Umar

Samad in the Forest : English-Sepedi Bilingual Editions

19/11 | by Mohammed Umar

History of the Zambia Baptist Association 1905-2005

19/11 | by Reinhard L. Frey

A Malawi Church History 1860 - 2020

19/11 | by Klaus Fiedler, Kenneth R. Ross

Living in Religious Diversity

19/11 | A Possibility for Malawi Muslim and Christian co-existence - by Anderson J M Mnthambala

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The passing of Jerry John Rawlings

  25/11 | Early on November 12, retired Major Henry Smith called me from London to tell me that

Back to Reality

  24/11 | Paul Karasik Four years of damaging lies. The post Back to Reality appeared first on The Nation.

Diane Cook’s Morality Tales for Our Climate Future

  24/11 | Zack Graham Her debut novel, The New Wilderness, examines the dynamics between parent and child in a world beset by the bleakest of (...)

How to Lose Friends and Not Influence the Election Results

  24/11 | Tom Tomorrow More of the same, but worse. The post How to Lose Friends and Not Influence the Election Results appeared first on The (...)

Unforgetting : Confronting El Salvador’s—and My Family’s—Past

  24/11 | Roberto Lovato Doing so helped me to understand not just the violent history of El Salvador, but also that of my country of birth, the (...)

Congo’s white refugees

  23/11 | Not all people seeking refuge in Africa have been black. In a forthcoming article for this
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