Tag: By Kathryn Kazibwe

Sequins and Sapphires, Series

Sequins and Sapphires: Faith’s Secret

By Kathryn Kazibwe, Uganda: I recently read a news piece on the internet about a Brazilian pastor who convinced his flock that the Holy Spirit secreted 'holy milk' through his penis. After church he would conduct a little service of his own in the back room, which involved believers drinking holy milk right from the source. Many believed, and they […]

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Not alone

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: A room. My room. My little shack to be precise. Welcome. It has a window and one door. Only I, and I alone walk in and out of The very same door every day. But yet I am not alone. I have a double bed. It is meant  for two. But me and who? I […]

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Great Minds

By Inet Morudu, South Africa: Whoa! Small mind, stay away from me. As for you ordinary mind, I don't need you. Hey! Great mind, come closer. A great mind has great ears That hear when God says: “Lift up your eyes!” A great mind has great eyes That see what it owns Before it receives A great mind has hands […]

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CACE Book Talk Intellectuals

By Kathryn Kazibwe, Uganda: Who are Africa's public intellectuals, and what is their role in our time and society? This was the topic of discussion at the inaugural CACE Book Talk session that took place on the 26th of January 2013. While it was evident that a clear-cut definition of an intellectual was difficult to agree on, the discussants all […]

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