Zimbabwe: When a Book Cover Means So Much
[The Herald]BOOKS are a part of my life and when I have that time to serendipitously go through the rows of bookshelves in libraries or bookstores, the feeling is more than when I shop around for personal effects.
Nigeria: Where There Is Will, There Is a Way
[Daily Independent]When There Is Life, is a novel that uniquely captures the life of a northern Nigeria woman, Meena. The novel is an anti-retroviral prescription for people who are caught up with severe emotional and psychological trauma as faced by the protagonist. First she is faced with coming to terms with the reality of her husband's death, while she battles with her in-laws and the shocking revelation that Walu left her with HIV/AIDS.
Zimbabwe: Ever Wondered Why the Mangy Dog Was Killed?
[The Herald]LUIS Bernado Honwana's "We Killed the Mangy Dog & Other Mozambique Stories" is one of the texts recommended for study by the English Department at the University of Zimbabwe.After reading the book, one is bound to appreciate the rationale behind recommending such a text to students still trying to waddle through the pre- and post-African literary terrain.
Ghana: CEPIL Launches Books for Accessing Justice
[Ghana Govt.]The Centre for Public Interest Law (CEPIL) has launched three books on the Simplified Processes and Procedures for Accessing Justice in the Courts and the Commission for Human Rights and Administrative Justice (CHRAJ).
Nigeria: Book Review - a Coming of Age Story of the Anti-Corruption Movement
[Vanguard]It is a huge honour and privilege to be invited by Dr. Kolawole Olaniyan to review this timely contribution to the human rights conversation in Africa. This book represents a scholarship that responds to the urgent governance need in Africa; a provocative endeavour that casts a different light on the understanding of corruption and an ingenious exposé that elevates corruption to an existential threat to human rights in the continent. The ability of author to weave this compelling narrative is both p