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SOAS Exhibits “Stolen Moments - Namibian Music History Untold”

“Imagine you had never known about the musical riches of your country. Your ears had been used to nothing but the dull sounds of country’s former occupants and the blaring church and propaganda songs that were sold to you as your country’s musical legacy. Until all at once, a magnitude of unknown sounds, melodies and songs appear…”

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Caine Prize For African Writing

This year marks the 20th anniversary for Africa’s most prestigious English-language literary award, the Caine Prize for African Writing. Conceived in 2000 by family and friends of the late Sir Michael Caine, founder of the Booker Prize for Fiction, the organisation is a force to be reckoned with, overseen by a line-up of powerhouses, including Wole Soyinka, Ben Okri OBE, John Coetzee, and founding Publishing Director of The Indigo Press, Ellah Wakatama Allfrey OBE.  

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