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Welcome to The Kalahari Review
Where Africa tells her stories

Monday
Nov172014

A Visit to Pakistan

Motswana Sharon Tshipa's new short story about discrimination, fair skin and stereotypes

Sunday
Nov162014

Babangida & Nigerian History

Mudiaga Ofuoku's close read of 

"Ibrahim Babangida: The Military, Politics and Power in Nigeria"

Wednesday
Nov122014

A War For Love

Two poems from Nigerian Wazani Adamu Ijarafu

Wednesday
Nov122014

That Part Of Me

A story about a kleptomaniac

from Nigerian Lynda Chiwetelu

Wednesday
Nov052014

Revealing Monsters

In an ode to Ralph Steadman - Kenyan artist TNK Mushi gives us a collection of bended warped images


Thursday
Oct232014

Even The Poet

Three poems from Oluwafemi Jacob Ojo

Sunday
Oct192014

The Deconstruction of Jose Antonio Abolude

Short fiction from Bode Asiyanbi

Wednesday
Oct082014

Homecoming

A brief story from Nigerian Gbolahan Badmus

Tuesday
Sep302014

Two Cups of Coffee

Short fiction from Tunisian Ali Znaidi

Tuesday
Sep302014

Wait For Me

Three poems from Nigerian Anny Justin

Wednesday
Sep242014

Dancing in Sephis Tones

Photos from South Africa and Zimbabwe from American artist Jean Tate



Tuesday
Sep232014

Dance, Dance, Dance

Two poems from Nigerian born writer Babatunde Fagbayibo

Monday
Sep222014

Violet's Journey

A short story of xenophobia and nationalism
by South African Judith Joubert

Friday
Sep192014

Men At Work

Three new poems from

South African Chichichapatile Mangochi

Thursday
Sep182014

Out Here

A new poem from regular contributor

Zimbabwean John Mhongovoyo

Wednesday
Sep172014

Tears and Dust

A excerpt from Tope Lizbeth Adeagbo's forth-coming novel Madder Than Mad

Tuesday
Sep162014

Mainly in Black & White

A starkly beautiful collection photos of Botswana's capital

by Motswana Photographer Pako Lesejane


Monday
Sep152014

The Frame

A story from Tomiwa Ilori

Friday
Sep122014

Lores at the Shrine

Two poems from Nigerian artist Ejiofor Ugwu

Thursday
Sep112014

The Bicycle Repairman

Two poems from Nigerian Okoye Chukwudi Charles Ezeamalukwuo