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2021 Ake Arts & Book Festival holds October


the Ake Festival, has been running in Nigeria since 2012 as lovers of books and the arts attend book readings, panel discussions, poetry recitals, film screenings, theatre and music performances.
It has hosted many of the continent’s top writers including eminent personalities like Wole Soyinka, Niyi Osundare, Ngugi wa Thiong’o, Ama Ata Aidoo, Nuruddin Farah, Maryse Condé, and Tsitsi Dangarembga as headliners.
“Now in its 9th year, Ake Arts & Book Festival has brought over 800 artists, writers, poets, musicians, dancers, filmmakers, actors, filmmakers and thinkers together to dialogue and celebrate creativity on the African continent through panel discussions, art exhibitions, workshops, storytelling, book chats, poetry performances, a concert, stage play and unforgettable films,” the organisers said in a statement.

Armee soll gewaltsame Proteste in Südafrika unterdrücken - Afrika


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Die Proteste werden schlimmer: Gestern wurde im Nachbarland Südafrika die Armee eingeschaltet, um die gewaltsamen Proteste zu unterdrücken, die nach der Inhaftierung des ehemaligen Präsidenten...
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Nach dem Tod des OvaMbanderu-Paramount Chief Kilus Nguvauva vergangenen Donnerstag in Folge einer COVID-Erkrankung verkündete die OvaMbanderu-Behörde (OvTA) ihre neue Aufstellung. Den obersten Vorsitz des...
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Der Leichnam des am 14. Juni an COVID verstorbenen Prof. Mburumba Kerina darf doch nicht wie geplant auf dem Friedhof der Ovaherero in Okahandja beigesetzt...
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Frankfurt/Main (dpa) - Die simbabwische Autorin und Filmemacherin Tsitsi Dangarembga erhält den Friedenspreis des Deutschen Buchhandels 2021. Das teilte der Stiftungsrat am Montag in Frankfurt...

Letzte Ruhestätte ungewiss - Afrika - Allgemeine Zeitung


Beschluss untersagt Kerinas Begräbnis am Friedhof der Ovaherero
Vergangenen Sonntag hätte Prof. Mburumba Kerina in Okahandja beigesetzt werden sollen - seinem Wunsch gemäß in den Reihen der Paramount Chiefs der Ovaherero. Am Abend zuvor wurde das Begräbnis aber gerichtlich verboten. Statt Kerina soll nun Chef Rukoro diese Ehre zuteil werden.
Der Leichnam des am 14. Juni an COVID verstorbenen Prof. Mburumba Kerina darf doch nicht wie geplant auf dem Friedhof der Ovaherero in Okahandja beigesetzt werden. Das Begräbnis des früheren SWAPO-Mitbegründers war für Sonntagmorgen angesetzt, wurde allerdings am Samstagabend in letzter Instanz auf den Beschluss der traditionellen Herero-Behörde (OTA) untersagt. Es wurde ein gerichtliches Verbot erwirkt, das eine vorhergehende Vereinbarung zwischen dem Ovitoto-Chef Vipuira Kapuuo und Kerinas Familie aufhob, die eine Beisetzung an der Ruhestätte für besonders bedeutende Nama und Herero vorgesehen hätte. Seit 2017 war es bekannt, dass Kerina schriftlich den Wunsch geäußert hatte, im Todesfall an dieser Grabstätte zu Füßen des großen Hosea Kutako beerdigt zu werden. Diesem wird nun nicht nachgekommen.

Zimbabwe's Tsitsi Dangarembga wins prestigious German prize


BERLIN (AP) — Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga has been awarded a prestigious German prize for a body of work that has made her a prominent African literary voice.
Dangarembga, 62, was announced on Monday as this year’s winner of the Peace Prize of the German Book Trade, which is endowed with 25,000 euros ($29,700) and has been awarded since 1950. Dangarembga will receive it in Frankfurt on Oct. 24.
The jury said Dangarembga, who is the first Black woman to win the prize, is “not just one of her country’s most important artists but also a widely audible voice of Africa in contemporary literature.” It also pointed to her commitment to promoting culture in her country and opening it up for women, and to her fight for rights and political change in Zimbabwe.

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Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga awarded PEN Pinter Prize 2021

The celebrated Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga has been announced the winner for this year’s Pen Pinter Prize.

Dangarembga Bags 2021 PEN Pinter Prize - NewZimbabwe.com

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Dangarembga wins PEN Pinter Prize 2021 - Zimbabwe Situation


Dangarembga wins PEN Pinter Prize 2021
Dangarembga was shortlisted for the 2020 Booker Prize with 
This Mournable Body (Faber), and won the Commonwealth Writers’ Prize in 1988 for its predecessor, 
Nervous Conditions (Faber).
Judge Claire Armitstead, the 
Guardian’s associate editor for culture and an English PEN trustee, said Dangarembga “has had an unusual and exemplary career as a writer, filmmaker and activist, who has made things happen for other people as well as achieving in her own right”.
She added: “Through her trilogy of novels, starting with 
Nervous Conditions in 1988 and culminating 30 years later in her fine, Booker-shortlisted 
This Mournable Body, she has charted the development of Zimbabwe from a British colony to an autocratic and trouble-free state. In doing so, she has held a magnifying glass up to the struggles of ordinary people, in so many parts of the world, to lead good lives in the increasingly corrupt and fractured new world order. Hers is a voice we all need to hear and heed.”

Zimbabwean writer Tsitsi Dangarembga wins PEN Pinter prize 2021

Zimbabwean writer Tsitsi Dangarembga wins PEN Pinter prize 2021 for charting "the development of Zimbabwe from a British colony to an autocratic and t

Zimbabwe's Tsitsi Dangarembga Awarded PEN Pinter Prize

Award-winning Zimbabwean novelist and activist, Tsitsi Dangarembga, has been heralded as a '​voice of hope we all need to hear.'

Anger in Zimbabwe at Nehanda statue amid collapsing economy

Criticism of priorities as tribute to liberation leader unveiled despite foreign food aid and lack of jobs

Amid Collapsing Economy, Zimbabweans Irked By Nehanda Statue

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Reading Africa: These five books from the continent will move you


Reading Africa: These five books from the continent will move you
In the spirit of Africa Day which is celebrated today, why not pick up a book from a fellow African country?
Here is a brief review of the ones that stand out for both plot and setting.
1.
Author: Bessie Head
First published: 1969
When Rain Clouds Gather stars Makhaya and the lively Botswanan community around him. It echoes some of Head’s own experiences in the country, where she lived for more than twenty years after immigrating from South Africa.
The novel follows Makhaya as he builds a new life for himself in a small Botswanan village, after fleeing apartheid South Africa.

Do citizen protests matter?


Do citizen protests matter?
A sustained combination of internal and external pressure is required to create a genuine civilian government in Zimbabwe
Zimbabwean novelist Tsitsi Dangarembga (C) and colleague Julie Barnes hold placards as they are arrested during an anti-corruption protest march on July 31, 2020 in Harare. Police were enforcing a ban on protests coinciding with the anniversary of President Emmerson Mnangagwa’s election.  PHOTO: ZINYANGE AUNTONY/AFP
Ahead of planned mass protests on July 31, Zimbabwe’s state security apparatus cracked down on citizens. Largely initiated via social media, the calls for the protests galvanised popular sentiment and mobilised citizens to exercise a co-ordinated political voice against corruption, the failing economy and repression.

5 new books to read in May 2021: Jason Schreier, Mieko Kawakami, and more


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We’re big fans of essays that combine cultural criticism with memoir, and Larissa Pham’s
Pop Song especially sings when the writer turns her eye to art and pop culture. In her debut book of nonfiction—memoir by way of interconnected essays—Pham interweaves a recounting of her life thus far with her thoughts on James Turrell, Anne Carson, Frank Ocean, and Agnes Martin (extra points for not mentioning Maggie Nelson in “Blue,” Pham’s essay on Martin). Through her sensitive, curious telling, Pham lobbies for the way in which art can help people learn more about themselves.

African book clubs are bringing together readers from across the world


African book clubs are bringing together readers from across the world
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Going to university 4,000 miles from the place she grew up wasn't easy for 22-year-old Ayobami Lawal.
She was raised in Port Harcourt, Nigeria, and at the age of 17 moved to the UK, where she's now studying chemical engineering at the University of Bath. Looking for a way to feel more connected to home, Lawal discovered an online book club, the Happy Noisemaker, based in Nigeria.
"I figured that the people attending would be similar to me, and I wouldn't feel so foreign," she tells CNN.

Tsitsi Dangarembga: Zimbabwe has become a transactional society


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People in Zimbabwe are living at the very edge of survival, the writer Tsitsi Dangarembga, has said.
She told BBC Hardtalk that young girls are engaging in transactional sex just to be able to eat.
“We no longer look at each as co-nationals, as people who have a common history and should be constructing a common fate,” she said.
“It’s about what can I get out of this situation and this person in this situation at this moment in time.”
Watch the full interview on BBC iPlayer
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If you loved it the first time around, chase that feeling again


If you loved it the first time around, chase that feeling again
Whether you reread for comfort or any other reason, ‘there’s no friend as loyal as a book’
15 April 2021
We read books over and over for a number of reasons. This past year, I mostly reread for comfort. It was about being in my book bubble — reliving a good part of my past and not being in today’s messy world, or wrapping myself up in a warm childhood memory or just hanging out with a much-loved character and going to a favourite setting. It’s no longer Hogwarts. Thanks, JK. ..

Patriarchy Perpetuating Sexual Abuse In Zim - Dangarembga


By Paidashe Mandivengerei
INTERNATIONALLY acclaimed writer, Tsitsi Dangarembga has blamed the perpetuation of sexual abuse on the country’s patriarchal system.
Through her writings, the novelist has highlighted the plight of Zimbabwean women whose rights she has been advocating.
Her famous work, the novel trilogy; Nervous Conditions (1988), The Book of Not (2006), This Mournable Body (2018) brings to the fore the struggles faced by women in Zimbabwe through her femme protagonist, Tambu.
Speaking in an interview with Sudanese-British journalist, Zeinab Badawi on BBC’s HARDtalk Monday, Dangarembga said sexual abuse was rampant in Zimbabwe because of the patriarchal mindset of those in positions of power.

JENNIFER PLATT | If you loved it the first time around, chase that feeling again


JENNIFER PLATT | If you loved it the first time around, chase that feeling again
Whether you reread for comfort or any other reason, ‘there’s no friend as loyal as a book’
14 April 2021 - 20:03
We read books over and over for a number of reasons. This past year, I mostly reread for comfort. It was about being in my book bubble — reliving a good part of my past and not being in today’s messy world, or wrapping myself up in a warm childhood memory or just hanging out with a much-loved character and going to a favourite setting. It’s no longer Hogwarts. Thanks, JK. 

'Zimbabwe On Great Decline' – Tsitsi Dangarembga

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Suicide nation: We are humans, not numbers


This weekend the
Sunday Times reported on a horrific human tragedy. In case you skipped over page 5, here’s what happened.
In the middle of last week, 32-year-old Russel Makhubela poisoned his two-year-old daughter Phiwokuhle and tried to kill himself at the same time. That morning, as he went out to collect wood to heat their small shack, he had told his wife, Thanduzile, that he was “tired of struggling”. The couple live in the sprawling informal settlement of Lawley, south of Johannesburg, and on the day Thanduzile reported: 
“My husband came back and said, ‘What’s the use of collecting firewood, because at the end of the day we will have nothing to eat tomorrow’.” Russel had complained of “the burden” (read indignity) of being the breadwinner but always having to ask his sister for money. He had previously been a security officer, but his registration had lapsed as he couldn’t afford the fees.

THE 100th ISSUE: 100 Innovations, Inventions & Icons From Africa


Forbes Africa
Published 12 hours ago
From Hollywood exports and Grammy artists to award-winning ideas that can save the world, Africa is not only diverse in its people but also in its industries and creativity. For FORBES AFRICA hundredth issue (since the magazine’s inception in 2011), we decided to curate a list celebrating these very ideas, inventions, and influential role models that have spelt Africa’s growth over the last decade.
By Chanel Retief and Simone Umraw
AFRICA, A CONTINENT brimming with beauty and diversity, has produced some of the finest minds and most incredible ideas, be it in business, science, art, or entertainment, thus debunking the many myths, misconceptions, and stereotypes about the continent from the Western world.

What is literature for?


What is literature for?
We should start owning our reading and asking more serious questions about what place literary education has in our collective life today.
People are reading more during the pandemic. But it is wrong to think we are reading simply to escape a grim reality. Reading is more radical than we give it credit for. It always has been. What we do with its power is another matter. 
Everyone seems to agree that reading is good for us, but we no longer, if we ever did, agree why and to what end. As an academic subject, English literature has always imagined itself as being good for people. In the 19th century, the poet and impassioned inspector of schools Matthew Arnold was in no doubt about the civilising benefits of literary culture for the anarchic masses. Before English first became a degree subject in Cambridge in 1919, literature courses were developed in the colonies as a way of instilling a sense of Britishness within its subject populations. The postwar, Cambridge critic FR Leavis trained a generation of teachers committed to creating responsible readers for a new age of educational opportunity. 

The miscarriage of justice: A check in with Tsitsi Dangarembga


A portrait of Tsitsi Dangarembga at her home in Harare. (Cynthia R. Matonhodze)
The last week of July 2020 was one of extreme paradoxes for Tsitsi Dangarembga. Three days after her novel This Mournable Body was shortlisted for the prestigious Booker Prize, the Zimbabwean writer, playwright and filmmaker found herself in prison after her arrest in Harare. Dangarembga, part of a two-women protest, was standing next to a highway, silently holding a placard protesting against state corruption and the imprisonment of journalist Hopewell Chin’ono.
Dangarembga and her friend, Julie Barnes, were charged with incitement to participate in public violence and breaching anti-coronavirus regulations, even though they wore masks and maintained a sizable distance from each other. Dangarembga was released on bail after a night in jail. With the charges still pending against her despite an international outcry against her arrest, the writer received the PEN International Award for Freedom of Expression in January 2021. An international advocacy group concerned with the safety and freedom of expression of writers, PEN awarded the prize for Dangarembga’s “brave work as a writer, filmmaker and activist”, in response to her arrest.

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