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September 05

  • Somalia: Good Books in a Bad Neighbourhood - the Hargeisa International Book Festival [analysis]

    African Arguments

    Hargeisa - the dusty capital of Somaliland - is home to the Horn of Africa's largest literary event. Now in its seventh year, the Hargeisa International Book Fair is a celebration... Read more »

  • Nigeria: First Post-Ojeikere Book for Launch in London

    Guardian

    LESS than one year after veteran Nigerian photographer, J.D. 'Okhai Ojeikere died, a book on his work and career is set for launch courtesy of Centre for Contemporary Art (CCA),... Read more »

  • Nigeria: From Octogenarian Adeyemi, 11 Books to Mark Birthday

    Guardian

    SINCE 1957, at age 23, Alhaji Ayo Adeyemi has dedicated his life to propagating Islam. As an enlightened personality with strong belief in peaceful co-existence of different... Read more »

  • Tanzania: 900 Texts Books to Reduce Shortage in Rorya

    Daily News

    MANY secondary schools in Rorya District, Mara Region are experiencing a critical shortage of text books, but a donation is expected to make a difference. Currently, the entire... Read more »



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September 03

  • Zimbabwe: Nurses Urged to Write Books

    The Herald

    Nurses in Africa need to write their own textbooks that reflect the disease patterns and environment of the continent, Vice Chancellor of the Women's University in Africa Professor... Read more »

  • South Africa: Books a Crucial Part of SA Heritage

    SAnews.gov.za

    Books are an important part of South African heritage with the Department of Arts and Culture set on investing R3 billion in library infrastructure, says Deputy Minister Rejoice... Read more »

  • Nigeria: Corruption and Human Rights Law in Africa By Olaniyan - a Coming of Age Story of the Anti-Corruption Movement

    Daily Independent

    Title: Corruption and human rights law in Africa Read more »

  • Tanzania: Children Need Books Not Rituals

    Daily News

    COAST Region Special Seats legislator Subira Mgalu has urged parents to make sure that their children acquire academic skills. Read more »



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  • Zimbabwe: Readers' Party @ New-Look City Library

    The Herald

    "Give someone a book, you have empowered them with the keys to unlock every door in life." The Harare City Library is taking its role to provide such keys seriously, as it shakes... Read more »



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