lessons for national healing

Twenty years ago apartheid was officially abolished, but it takes a long time to get rid of the vestiges of that system. It takes time as well to have a new system. Paper is patient. But how does everyday look like in a new constellation? This month two years ago in one day 24 striking … Continue reading lessons for national healing

how adagala took orature to the urban areas

Written studies in oral literature. It is possible. It is done. And it still needs to be done. This is just what Peter Amuka did when he was a student at university and pursuing his Master’s degree, way back in 1970’s. Ngugi wa Thiong’o told him to do so and profesoor Kavetsa Adagala encouraged him … Continue reading how adagala took orature to the urban areas

interview with billy kahora

“One Ghana, One Voice” wants to be a platform for Ghanaian poetry and poetry about Ghana. But they do pay attention to others who dip their pen into ink as well. This time Ngwatilo Mawiyoo interviews Billy Kahora from the other side of the continent, Kenya. He is heavely involved with Kwani?