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Liberating Minds, Restoring Kenyan History

Liberating Minds, Restoring Kenyan History

The book recalls the contribution to Kenya’s liberation by members of the South Asian community.

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​A Casualty of Power

​A Casualty of Power

A Casualty of Power is set in Chipanta’s home country Zambia, between 2005 and 2012, and portrays a country in moral decay: corruption, greed, torture and treason rule over society. And, as in many other postcolonial African novels, it is especially ordinary people who suffer from these conditions. Therefore, the novel may leave the reader rather pessimistic, but it is a very gripping and well written story.

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Liberating Minds, Restoring Kenyan History

Liberating Minds, Restoring Kenyan History

"Nazmi Durrani has portrayed the people immersed in public life briefly but firmly. Some of these names would have remained unknown and hidden, buried under the ashes of time… He has the knack of using simple, comprehensible words"

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Research on Africa: on whose terms?

Research on Africa: on whose terms?

This was the apt title of a key Round Table discussion held at the 2017 ECAS conference organised by the Swiss Society for African Studies and CODESRIA. Two main questions were posed by the panel convenors:

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