While traveling across the country visiting Bitcoin meetups, Captain Sidd found Bitcoiners have many things in common, but most importantly, they are all doers. This is an opinion editorial by Captain Sidd, finance writer and contributor to Bitcoin Magazine. “When deeds speak, words are nothing.” — African proverb ... Through 11,500 miles across the U.S.
There is no longer a “big three” in SouthAfrican football and we are bound to see some twists and turns. IOLSport’s team of football writers put their heads on the block and predict where each team will finish in the league ... league will pan out according to our esteemed writers.
A poet, writer, political activist and mentor to many, Mattera never shied away from speaking truth to power ... For an essay for English, I wrote about “writers in times of oppression” and referenced SouthAfrican writers, of which, if memory serves me correctly, Don Mattera was one ... to his ancestors grounded in indigenous African spirituality.
For EastAfrican novelists, this year’s Nobel was no head-scratcher. Much of the world may consider him obscure, but to generations of writers with African roots, Abdulrazak Gurnah is both an influence and a role model ... writer distilled American hope and despair into summer’s big literary debut.
The challenges facing our people, the majority being black, working-class and poor, are well-known ... This profit-driven conduct is not even in the interests of broader capitalist and petty capitalist strata, let alone society at large, says the writer. Picture. AfricanNewsAgency (ANA) ... * Mapaila General Secretary of the South African Communist Party .
“No one is particularly interested in a black writer who wants to write as freely and as widely as possible,” wrote the novelist and poet Ben Okri in 1985...And then there were others who maintained that an African writer could not hope for much in terms of achievement because the language was alien to them ... I told him that I was a writer.
My father was a collector of books from various parts of the continent and the world – including the African Writers Series – and my high school was wonderfully diverse in its reading subject matter, despite being a British school.