Category: Tale Africa

The Best Stories, Poetry and Inspiration from the continent

Inspirational, Tale Africa

Gather to work

By John Gyasi Banin: It is that time of your life when almost anything is possible to you. Life is before you like an open book with no prints. What story is told is totally dependent on you. Like a vast fertile land in the forests, so also is the story of your life now. What fruits shall be, is […]

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Times have changed

By Aaron Aroriza: Times have changed. My aunt just doesn't get it. And neither do most people in her generation. So she had a Christmas present for me – a suitor, that's what she called her. Someone who, in my aunt's opinion and judging from the word itself, perfectly suits me. Rose is a beautiful girl alright, and that's about […]

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Growing up

By Angela Basanya: I now understand why the pastors insisted on character. I only agreed then because I didn't have much of a choice but now I agree because I have tested and seen. The rest of this narrative will reveal the things I now believe because I have had the misfortune/fortune of experience and not because the pastor said. […]

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I did it on purpose

By Moleboheng Mahasa Most of us are busy with things that do not enhance our lives for a period longer than a day, a night, a week, a month or even (because we are good at stretching things) a year.  We are ever striving, ever attempting, ever pushing to be like other people. We are ever fantasising, ever dreaming, ever […]

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Affirm Me

By Adebayo Okeowo: We want to be applauded We crave to be recognized We desire to be appreciated If you do not have these feelings, then my first thought is to say that you are an alien. But, since aliens are yet to be on earth and have access to sites like the Reader's Cafe, my conclusion will be to […]

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Alas, no cameras were by!

By Nick Twinamatsiko: Manchester United winger Luis Nani has scored some of the most spectacular goals in contemporary football. But the celebratory back flips he typically performs after scoring are even more aesthetically satisfying than his awesome goals.  Manager Ferguson isn't very enthusiastic about the flips; mindful of the case of Lomano Lua Lua who famously injured himself after performing […]

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Do not stone me!

By Adebayo Okeowo: I sat there miffed but couldn't show it. It was such a weird feeling to be having while seated in such a serene room. The arrangement of the senior pastor's office was impeccable. If Jesus were to be here, He will probably applaud the Pastor for setting such a good example for kingdom order and excellence. But […]

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In the end, Jacob must have fallen in love with Leah!

By Nick Twinamatsiko: The story of Jacob and his two wives is one of the most famous in the Bible. 'Leah was tender eyed; but Rachel was beautiful and well favored. And Jacob loved Rachel; and said (to Laban), I will serve you seven years for Rachel your younger daughter.' Laban consented, but when the seven years elapsed, he deceived […]

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