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SENEGAL: Literature: The poetess Fatya Ibrahim guests “We Love to Read” club.

Ndeye Faty Diop, from her writing name Fatya Ibrahim, with reference to her father's name, is a civil engineer and works in the hydraulics department...

AFRICA: The Mandingo Empire cared about the environment.

The celebration of the World Day of Africa at the height of the Music Festival was marked in Geneva by a major conference of...

IVORY COST: The “thieves of dreams” of Oumar Ndao.

Oumar Ndao is a Senegalese who lives Married and father of family, he works as journalist-corrector for "Gbic" h! "Go Magazine" and "Allo Police",...

SENEGAL: “Virtual Escape”, a novel about the condition of African women.

"Virtual Evasion' is the story of Fanny, an African woman who dares to take control of her destiny and reinvent herself. African women with...

IVORY COAST: The Ivorian novelist Regina Yaou passed away yesterday!

It is an icon of the Ivorian literary sphere that has just died, Regina Yaou, who died on the night of November 3rd to...

IVORY COST: Flora Niagne, the one who invites “To read and drink” around books.

Flora Niagne is an Ivorian woman of Peulh origin from Senegal. She is single and interprets training. With a foreign language diploma applied to...

SOUTH AFRICA: Michelle Nkamankeng, the youngest writer in Africa, was born.

Michelle Nkamankeng is the youngest writer in Africa. She has just released her first book "Waiting for the waves". Michelle Nkamankeng is only 7 years...

CÔTE D’IVOIRE: Usher Aliman “Zouglou must remain unconvinced”

Usher Aliman is a journalist from Eboinda in southeast Côte d'Ivoire. He holds a Master's degree in Communication Science and Technology and a Bachelor's...

CAMEROON: A beautiful legend told by Wazal Ayissi.

Between the scissors and the pen, Wazal Ayissi makes no difference. His overflowing inspiration led him to writing, telling us the story of King...

SENEGAL: Blogger Ndeye Fatou Kane delivers her “misfortune to Life”.

Her name is Ndèye Fatou Kane, 30 years old. Born in Senegal where she lived until she reached the age of majority before flying...

SOUTH AFRICA: South African Brenda Fassie, immortalized in a series of feminist comics!

A book of mini-comics will pay tribute to the South African singer Brenda Fassie and 50 other women. Entitled Femme Magnifique: A Salute to 50...

SENEGAL: Nafissatou Dia Diouf, confirmed woman of letters.

Nafissatou Dia Diouf is a confirmed Senegalese writer who walks under the furrows of poetry, novel and youth books. A woman of literature opens...

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