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    Chronicle #34 / By Simone Atangana Bekono

    This short story by Simone Atangana Bekono is one of a recently published anthology Zwart. Afro-Europese Literatuur uit de Lage Landen in the Netherlands.


  2. Scene from depleted Russia Park. Photo: Ohemeng Tawiah

    Ghana | Ghost town

    Chronicle #31 / By Anas Aremeyaw Anas and Ohemeng Tawiah

    We are in a national security crisis.


  3. Photo: Shutterstock

    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.


  4. Photo: Nelson Mandela Capture Site by Flickr/Maureen Barlin (CC BY-NC-ND 2.0)

    Three South African artists – Usha Seejarim, Lawrence Lemanoana and Hannelie Coetzee – have been nominated for the creation of a monument honouring Nelson Mandela in Ghent, Belgium.


  5. Image: Installation by Belgian artists Vesna Faassen & Lukas Verdijkat at KUUMBA, Vlaams – Afrikaans Huis (House of Flanders and Africa) in Brussels.

    When We Speak About Colonisation

    Events / By ZAM Reporter

    Perspectives by DRC intellectuals on the subjugation of their country are at the centre of an exhibition and a book in Belgium.


  1. Image: 'You can divide the apple but not the word', 2018, Mixed media on paper 151.5 x 382.5cm. Image ©Thierry Oussou. Courtesy of Stevenson, Cape Town and Johannesburg

    ‘Before It Is Completely Gone’ - a solo exhibition by Thierry Oussou, his first with Stevenson gallery, opens in Johannesburg on Saturday February 10.


  2. Image: covers of theoriginal French, Dutch and English edition

    Review | Little hot pepper

    Blog / By Christina Månsson

    In Alain Mabanckhou's novel Black Moses the memories of life in an orphanage represent todays' uproar.


  3. Image: Coen Stork visiting Chief Albert Luthuli in Natal, South Africa.

    Cables of courage

    Blog / By ZAM Reporter

    The reports of Dutch former diplomat Coen Stork (1928 – 2017) of the 1964 Rivonia Trial challenged misconceptions about South African freedom fighters.