AND TWO BECAME ONE

By SebuleniAfrica Correspondent Nigerian and Sebuleni Africa poet Tanimonure Richards Adewale has launched new poetry, with new stanzas of a deeper meaning. That is how Mr Adewale announced his recent colourful wedding that took place on November 20, 2021. The lucky lady is Eniola Abosede (nee Samuel). She was born in Yaba, Lagos State of […]

The Tribe does it again

God be praised the efforts of our kids in African Kid Authors is being recognized. Eight of our children got awards. For those that couldn’t attend, I collected their awards says an overjoyed and proud Josephine Oghenekevbe Ogufere. The event happened on Friday, November 5, 2021 in Lagos. Congratulations to their parents and the African […]

Interview with Poet Tanimonure Richards Adewale

Poet and teacher from Nigeria, Tanimonure Richards Adewale’s view on African poetry is that its taking the world by storm, and the world is paying attention. He recalls with pride when an African American Amanda Gorman recited a poem at President Biden’s inauguration saying that the world had finally started taking notice of African poetry. […]

Josephine Ogufere – HEALING THE WORLD THROUGH WORDS

There are ways in which African writers, new and established can earn six-figure income through their work. There has been this talk or feeling that there is no money in writing in Africa but according to Josephine, this is not true, and in this interview with SEBULENI AFRICA, she tells us how she does it, […]

FORGIVENESS IS NOT ABOUT THOSE WHO WRONG OR MISJUDGE US

By Amber the Alchemist – Medium I’m so tired, family. And I know you are too. Each week there’s a new battle to face and whether it’s impacting us directly or indirectly, we still feel it. And when we focus on all of the negativity around us, peace can start to feel unattainable. Collectively, we’re […]

A STORY OF HOPE IN A HOPELESS WORLD

By Nasiru Wonder, Accra, Ghana Mornings in Jenin, Susan’s debut novel was a bestseller, followed by six more and this recent work: Against the Loveless World. I’m not sure if this is a review of the book but a blend of historical happenings showing why to the hopeless in This World, need hope more than […]

MY HUNGARY!

By Wangeshi Wambua, a Kenyan student in Hungary Through my eyes, allow me to share some beautiful moments in My Hungary. The first set of photos show the Ópusztaszeri Nemzeti Történeti Emlékpark. I visited this place in the summer of 2020. The Ópusztaszeri National Heritage Park is an open-air museum village showcasing the history of Hungary. […]

SEBULENI AFRICA INTERNET RADIO UNVEILED

By Patrick Ngugi, Kabete Kenya From early July, Sebuleni Africa internet radio went online, giving Sebuleni Africa writers, poets, and other artists in Africa and the rest of the world an extra channel to be heard. So far the radio has attracted listenership from Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, and Nigeria where we have the bulk of […]

A Covered Muslim girl and a Black Catholic lass in rural Europe

By Winfred Nyokabi, Tharaka, Kenya This story has been long coming. Somehow, it’s too close to my heart that sharing it has taken quite the effort. Well, here goes nothing. After ‘battling’ orderly buses and a taxi driver who did not speak a word of English, to walking into a hotel that was supposed to […]

Complexities of the Parent-Child Relationship. Hiding Secrets.

The child-mother relationship is complex. Few parents can say that they’ve had the perfect relationship with their child. It is in the teenage years, as children grow into adults, that many deviate and take actions that they hide from their parents sometimes for the rest of their lives. Then not only as teenagers but as […]