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This article looks at the various ways in which the Mozambican writer, Lu s Bernardo Honwana, displays colonial trauma and oppression in his short story collection, N s Mat mos o C o-Tinhoso , first published in 1964, and then in 1969 as an English translation with the title We Killed Mangy-Dog...
The democratic consolidation in Nigeria is threatened by ethnic politics in which Nigerians struggle to contest and win elections outside their ethnic domains. This situation aggravates political marginalization and exacerbates ethnic conflicts and exclusionary politics in Nigeria. Through...
In this article we examine several rather conspicuous inconsistencies in the data available related to religious identity in Botswana and explore the possible importance of religious identity to issues of public health in general as well as HIV prevention and AIDS treatment policies in...
This article explores the increasing waves of Africans migrating to the United States and the ways in which complex and multi-layered notions of identity have surfaced. Issues of identity include self-identification as well identities imposed on African immigrants. Factors such as location,...
A group of islands off the coast of East Africa, Zanzibar has been a semi-autonomous part of the United Republic of Tanzania since 1964. Despite a common language (Swahili), religion (Islam), and a high rate of intermarriage among the islands' multi-racial communities (including Africans and...
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