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South African novel The Keeper is almost a keeper

A review by Brenda Daniels

The Keeper is written by South African author Marguerite Poland. It tells the story of Hannes Harker, a lighthouse keeper who worked in the 1950s before automation takes over. 223 more words


Things my mother says: “Stop Frowning...

…don’t you know you are spoiling your face?”
I like to think that I have a normal face. I mean, no disfigurement, nothing out of the ordinary. 353 more words

Cape Coast

Day 35: The diary of a sex worker

What is it about sex that makes men not notice that the woman isn’t in the room?

Here they were all excited, getting off one by one. 526 more words


My West African business trips – Kumasi and Cape Coast

I’ve now passed my one year mark in Ghana! I can’t believe how much I’ve learnt and how differently I feel from when I arrived. Last September I departed for a country and culture I didn’t know to go and do a job I knew very little about and to live in a place I’d only read about. 793 more words

My Weekend in Cape Coast

This past weekend, I went with my fellow Fulbrighter to Cape Coast! Cape Coast is about a 2 hour tro-tro ride from Winneba. A tro-tro is pretty much a 15 passenger van, that usually ends up holding more people than that! 311 more words


THE TOUCH OF FISH-“Cape Coast Chronicles”

I came face to face with Cape Coast local fishing business during my National Volunteer Day, beach cleanup exercise event organized by Joshua Amponsem… 483 more words


The Last of My Ghana Trip

Washing clothes in my yard with George…

Giving my baby a kiss and some sunlight. Twirling in my front yard…  “The point of no return.” If you saw this part of the castle as a slave, it marked your journey to the Americas. 17 more words

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