Dugmore Boetie was part of a wave of South African writers who fled Apartheid. His exile and future literary notoriety, however, took a different path to some of the more classic refugee peregrinations.
The journal’s editor acknowledges that it has a long way to go before most Africa-based scholars recognize it as an especially African journal.
Has migration policy reckoned with epidemics like Ebola?
Protests against Togo’s ruling family aren’t unusual, but this time there’s a few unusual components, including that the protesters have a clear platform of demands.