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    Nine Pieces of Desire

    Chronicle #33 / By Idza L

    This is an excerpt from Queer Africa 2: New Stories published by MaThoko Publishers, Johannesburg. The book presents 26 fiction and non-fictions stories by writers from seven African countries. Nine Pieces of Desires is written by Idza L, a Kenyan writer who is interested in writing stories about women and the lives they live.


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    Togo | Gnassingbé to-go

    Blog / By Evelyn Groenink

    An uprising against a dictator. Angry people in the streets. Seven protestors shot dead by soldiers.


  3. Image: Investigative journalist Anas Aremeyaw Anas

    ZAM partner the African Investigative Publishing Collective, producer of the recent investigation into African Oligarchs and many others, will be out in full force to participate in the Global Investigative Journalism Conference, to be held on African soil for the first time in Johannesburg between 16 and 19 November.


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    The plunder route to Panama

    Chronicle #32 / By Maxime Domegni, Eric Mwamba, Francis Mbala, Estacio Valoi, Lawrence Seretse, Evelyn Groenink, and Correspondent Rwanda and Burundi

    How African oligarchs steal from their countries.


  5. Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria. Photo: unknown

    Greener pastures

    Chronicle #31 / By Theophilus Abbah, Zack Ohemeng Tawiah, Benon Herbert Oluka, Muno Gedi and Anas Aremeyaw Anas

    The war for grazing lands in Africa.


  1. Architect Kunlé Adeyemi in early 2013 in front of the Floating School under construction. Credits: Femke van Zeijl

    The rise and fall of the Floating School

    Chronicle #26 / By Femke van Zeijl

    The triangular floating structure was a beacon on the Lagos Lagoon. But after the Floating School collapsed, many questions remained unanswered. Was the building project on the Lagos Lagoon really the success it claimed to be?


  2. Special - No Hearts, No Minds

    Special - No Hearts, No Minds

    Chronicle #17 / By the African Investigative Publishing Collective

    Kenya, Mali, Nigeria, and Somalia | The neglected strategy in the War on Terror in Africa


  3. Photo: Estacio Valoi

    Friends with the General

    Chronicle #25 / By Evelyn Groenink

    How a British multinational became an apologist for a murderous regime.