AFRICA

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"Africa"

"Africa" 

Child G. Plate 143, Vol 2, No 84, Pg 326.

A historical step forward
Achebe 70th birthday, 2000

Chinua Achebe is a world-renowned writer of great achievment, a founderof modernAfrican literature. Various prominent writers, performers, poets, etc. hosts a weekend Conference in celebration of Chinua Achebe's 70th Birthday.

Africa and freedom
Africa and industrialisation
Africa and industrialisation
Africa and Parliamentary democracy
Africa and world peace
Africa Events vol 6 no 3 March 1990
Africa Fund: More than Economic

Africa Fund: More than Economic

African students condemn invasion of Zaire
African Studies Association 1999

The African Studies Association was founded in 1957 as a nonprofit organisation open to individuals and institutions interested in African affairs held their 42nd Annual Meeting in November 11-14, 1999, taking place in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; under the theme, "Listening to" and "Interpreting"

An image of Africa: Racism in Conrad's Heart of Darkness
Apartheid in Crisis, 1978-1989

From the book A History of South Africa, Fourth Edition Leonard Thompson

 

CHAPTER 7 Apartheid in Crisis, 1978-1989

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

This document looks at the politics of theatre in South Africa.

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

Arts and Africa looks at two films both by women directors. 'Tsiamelo' by Ellen Kuzwayo and Betty Wolpert from South Africa, and from West Indian Island of Martinique - 'Rue Cases Negres' or 'Black Shack Alley', the first feature film by the West Indian director Euzhan Palcy.

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

Seven African bands are taking part in a festival of African music in London. The aim is to dal with the isolation felt by Africa's contemporary artists. They are in need for wider exposure and anxious for contacts with artists in different parts of the world.

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

This programme looks at an English artist who goes to Malawi and a Malawian artist who goes to Britain. Kay Chiromo from Malawi lecures in fine art at the University of Malawi. He told Nick Barker how his artistic career began.

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

This is an exhibition devoted to the history of the Kanga, the printed cloth which for over a century has been such a colourful feature in Swahili society. Which took place at London's Commonwealth Institute.

Arts and Africa - BBC African Sevice, London

In this programme, Jerusha Castley speak to Jester Tshuma from Zimbabwe Publishing House and Flora Nwapa, a Nigerian novelist. They are just two of the representatives frrom 24 countries who have been attending the first ever International Feminist Book Fair.

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