Poetry, Tale Africa

Borrowed Roles

By Chido Nyandoro, Zimbabwe Set up on a hidden stage A secret love you’ve always know would one day be gone. He’s not ready and you’re not whole; Yet here you two are, playing these same leading roles w Which other people will come and take. I hope you will listen, I hope you will know, when it’s time to […]

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Reflections

Your Eyes

By Chido Nyandoro, Zimbabwe You look through the window and see them staring back at you Reflecting my sadness in their tears Your eyes; That show you I have nothing much left Still, you choose to give to them that only know how to take, take and take 95 total views, 3 views today

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Dead Call

By Eze Ifeanyichukwu Peter, Nigeria Bits of scraps and flesh littered the area where a military patrol vehicle once stood, like morsels of a meal eaten in a haste. I didn’t like that kind of dream. I didn’t like what I was thinking. When I awoke up, my first instinct was to call, to prove the dream wrong.The screen of […]

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The Epidemic (2)

By Katiso Thatho, Lesotho “Stop, don’t go through with this bro!” are the very first words that escape my lips the moment I pick up the microphone. The crowd falls silent. I mean, they were quiet before but this time it’s just awkward. I maintain my silence for a few seconds as well just to keep them on their toes. […]

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The Epidemic (1)

By Katiso Thatho, Lesotho I’ve seen it pretty much everywhere I go, and by that I mean literally everywhere. When I’m walking down the street, I see it. I see it depicted on the huge billboards scattered throughout the city and not to mention between the hordes of nauseating couples walking hand in hand in the streets like they own […]

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Hate

By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Every single man I did get to know filled me with but one desire: to lift my hand and bring it smashing down on his face. But because I am a woman I have never had the courage to lift my hand.” – Nawal El Saadawi, Woman at Point Zero It is difficult not to […]

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Smiling in the Drought

    By Katiso Thatho, Lesotho By all appearances, things were bleak in the savanna. The grass had become dry and brittle while the ground hardened to the point where it had begun to crack as it gave way to the smoldering heat of the overhead sun. It was only a matter of days before the rainy season got under […]

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Migrant Integration Lab: The most Important Challenge is in France

  By Nadia Henni-Moulaï Migrant Integration Lab is a global European device dedicated to the sustainable integration of migrants and ethnic minorities. Laura Petrache, one of the organizers, answered our questions. Q: Could you explain to us what Migrant Integration Lab is? A: The migrant crisis has been one of the most prominent issues faced by European Union. We think […]

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The Colour of Nothingness

  By Christi Warner, Namibia I have not contemplated an agenda No suicidal mission Neither is this a declaration of guilt No need to hurry your worry My thoughts are a rainstorm There’s a chance of a flood I have to get it out So my brain cells won’t drown Feed it to my loyal pen Ask it to paint […]

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Chick Flick (7)

  By Ayanda Xaba, South Africa Thanks to social media, Lethabo contacted me. She isn’t the Facebook, Twitter, instagram type but she created an account on Facebook and searched for me. That’s the platform where you are guaranteed to find me in. I got an inbox from a strange name. At first I ignored it, she then commented on a […]

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