An Interview With Ngugi wa Thiong’o » onlineJournal | The Liberator Magazine

RT @Luv_oNelani: ‘Art Revolutionises, The State Conserves’, Empower African Langauges For Access, Ngugi Interview http://t.co/hbBAaEcJIn vi…

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One of my most favourite African authors.  I have read all his works – fiction and non-fiction.  Brilliant mind.

What does ‘being African’ look like? | Design Indaba

Design Indaba | A better world through creativity | This is the question Garth Walker asked himself in 1994 when he started “ijusi” magazine – and he is still asking it…

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Rwanda’s Jifunza Preserving African Culture through Technology

Rwanda’s Jifunza Preserving African Culture through Technology

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Must Read Report: The Internet’s Latest Disruption – Knowledge.

Know or die: risk and opportunity of Knowledge 2.0

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Rwanda’s Artistic Renaissance – AllAfrica.com

Rwanda’s Artistic Renaissance AllAfrica.com A distinctive “Rwandese style” – a fusion of contemporary Western techniques and traditional Rwandan images – has also begun to emerge, the fruits of which resemble Central African versions of Picasso and…

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Meet the BRCK – rugged internet for Africa – How we made it in Africa

How we made it in Africa Meet the BRCK – rugged internet for Africa How we made it in Africa “Turns out that you can build a device that is actually made for our context here in Nairobi and it has huge value not just in Africa but also in Europe…

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Somaliland: Africa Utopia is Back First Names Announced for 2014 Festival – SomalilandPress

Somaliland: Africa Utopia is Back First Names Announced for 2014 Festival SomalilandPress New work by contemporary artists and designers will be presented across the site, including video, wall works, photography, performance art, and design…

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