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Welcome to The Kalahari Review
Where Africa tells her stories

Wednesday
Apr012015

Your Life As A Noose

An experimental story by Nigerian Okolo Edwin

about a young woman's struggle with mental illness

Monday
Mar232015

Chasing Doves

Two poems from Motswana author Mmakgosi O. Anita Tau

Thursday
Mar192015

ABC's from BNPA

Kenyan poet Tom Jalio shares what he learned by winning
The Babishai Niwe Poetry Award

Tuesday
Mar172015

Me, That Song

Two brief, powerful stories from South African Thabo Jijana

Monday
Mar162015

The Ghosts In The Dark

A short story about friendship, love, losses, redemption
by Nigerian Okafor Emmanuel Tochukwu

Wednesday
Mar112015

Learning to Fly in the Dust

Pete Vernon on the state of Basketball in Botswana


Monday
Mar092015

After Mine

A photo essay of the mine dumps of Soweto
by South African Photographer Tebogo Moche

Wednesday
Mar042015

Unfair World

Three poems from Ghanaian Geosi Gyasi

Tuesday
Mar032015

A Thousand Pieces

Short fiction from new comer

Nigerian Christian Ojochegbe Jacob

Tuesday
Feb242015

They All Matter Just The Same

Flash fiction from South African Rahiem Whisgary

Monday
Feb232015

The Limit of Infinity

Three poems from South African Arthur Sithole

Thursday
Feb192015

Where Is Your Song?

Two poems from South African Francis Kintu

Wednesday
Feb182015

Insta-Africa Five

A collection from our on going crowd-sourcing project Instagramming Africa. #KReview


Monday
Feb162015

Mosquitoes

A brilliant short fiction from Kenyan Jim Asudi

Tuesday
Feb102015

From Harare, With Love

An essay from Zimbabwean Derick Matsengarwodzi

Monday
Feb092015

Dear President Barack Obama

A fictional letter from Sierra Leonean writer Alieu Bundu

Thursday
Feb052015

To The Future

Two new poems from South African Siyabonga Shezi

Wednesday
Feb042015

Journey to Self

A story about getting lost by Kenyan J. Kariuki

Tuesday
Feb032015

Rothky

Abstract water colour

by Namibian artist T. B. van der Veeken


Wednesday
Jan282015

Dear Linah

A fictional letter from Kenyan Jim Asudi