Month: July 2018

Short Stories, Tale Africa

The Maiden of Spear and Shield (2)

 By Samuel S. Bunnya, Uganda Nambi was glad that her disguise was working. Unlike the other states on the continent, Kitara was more than open to women serving in all spheres of life. Women were traders. They fought alongside the men in the armies. They were also among the scientists and miners of the precious Zaabu. In all aspects of […]

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Reflections

Freelance Lover

    By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Often times you wonder why people are so crazy about love. You wonder why they pretend like love is the best gift God gave to men when they know it’s not true. You know that very well. You are well into your third decade of life and you can’t get over how people […]

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Short Stories, Tale Africa

Schoolbus (Finale)

  By Lerato Mensah-Aborampah, Lesotho Last week Wednesday was Tšepiso’s birthday. She turned sixteen. And because she is dramatic about just about anything, she had been going and on about how much 16 was one of the special ages in teenagehood and how she had to celebrate this apparent hallmark of her growth in a ’spectacular’ way.  Yes, she actually […]

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