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Welcome to The Kalahari Review
Where Africa tells her stories

Tuesday
Jan272015

How To Eat A Mango

Two poems from Tanzanian writer Gloria D. Gonsalves

Monday
Jan262015

Silence & Voices

Two new poems from Motswana artist Thato Angela Chuma

Thursday
Jan222015

Switch.

Three poems from Saraba Magazine's Ayobami Adebayo

Wednesday
Jan212015

Canopy Walk

New flash fiction from Nigerian Lucky James

Tuesday
Jan202015

Divined

Art from Nigerian artists Victor Orji and Ayeni Adedeji

of the Divine International collective

Monday
Jan192015

Project Make Money:

Code Name "Charity" 

An essay on the business of chartiy

by Nigerian blogger Atoke

Friday
Jan162015

Woman Is Gold

Three poems from Ugandan Crescent Kemanzi

Thursday
Jan152015

Bittersweet Tea

Three new poems from Malawian Chichichapatile Mangochi

Wednesday
Jan142015

Fishing With Simon

Powerful short fiction from Zimbabwean Lawrence Mainja

Monday
Jan122015

Migration Illegal

Rwandan Edward Rwagasore on some of the realities of illegal migration

Wednesday
Jan072015

Mama's Independence Letter

An original work from Nigerian Chimezie Anajama

Tuesday
Jan062015

Pulani's Eyes

Motswana Lauri Kubuitsile's SA PEN Studzinski Literary Prize nominated short fiction

Monday
Jan052015

The Left-Over Market

Two new poems from Nigerian Akeem Akinniyi

Monday
Jan052015

Soul to Soul

Two poems from Zimbabwean Yolanda Lindsay Mabuto

Tuesday
Dec162014

Thursday

A short story from Nigerian Wole Talabi

Tuesday
Dec162014

Insta-Africa Four

The fourth collection from our on going crowd-sourcing project Instagramming Africa

Wednesday
Dec032014

The Assembly of the Former Heads

A story about football and power from Sylva Nze Ifedigbo

Tuesday
Dec022014

A Toss on the Great Plains

New short fiction from Nigerian novelist Tobenna Nwosu

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"