Features, review, Stories 0 comments on NZinga, The Queen of Angola (The Movie). A review by Raïs Neza Boneza for the Intenational Women’s Day celebration

NZinga, The Queen of Angola (The Movie). A review by Raïs Neza Boneza for the Intenational Women’s Day celebration

Title: Njinga, Rainha de Angola   (Nzinga, Queen of Angola)

Category: History

Duration: 109 Minutes

Director: Sergio Graciano

Release Year: 2013

Language: Portuguese & English

 

As all around the world we celebrate the Women’s achievements while calling for greater equality and more justice read more

Activism, Articles, Features, Great-Lakes Conflict & Peace, Stories 0 comments on A Belgian Prince, Gorillas, Guerrillas & the Future of the Congo By

A Belgian Prince, Gorillas, Guerrillas & the Future of the Congo By

sources: The Daily Beast  Emmanuel de Merode is fighting rebel armies and a powerful oil company to protect Virunga Park, its animals and its people. His allies? Prince William and Leonardo DiCaprio. But his enemies may be stronger.

VIRUNGA, Congo — On April 15, Prince Emmanuel de Merode’s hulking Land Rover kicked up clouds of dust as he navigated it past the skeletal grey buildings of Goma, a provincial capital in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo, and on to the bumpy road that would take him to Virunga National Park, his home.

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Activism, Articles, Features, Papers, Poetry, review, Stories, Uncategorized 0 comments on Hullo my dear freinds

Hullo my dear freinds

I have been quite silent around here. But now I have decided to publish both my old and new work / activities on this website.

This erea will be then a repository of my earlier and new work/activities. I hope you support and share with me.

Below is a picture of my writers freinds and colleagues during a conference in Entebbe 2013 (Uganda) with the African Writers Trust

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Activism, Articles, Stories 1 comment on Butins de Chair By Rais Neza Boneza

Butins de Chair By Rais Neza Boneza

Ces filles arrivant en Ouganda, elles sont abandonnées par leurs prédateurs conjoints et rejetées dans dans les oubliettes des machine de guerre Ougandaise ou conduites et oubliees directement dans les villages de leurs conjoints ou elles devront apprendre a conter sur elles meme puisque veuve de vivants, orphelines d’ une terre, et d’amour. Ainsi donc butins de chair, victimes de la spoliation de leur patrie, elle participeront ainsi au troque sexe contre services. Sans pitie le Sida ronge, la tuberculose brule. Ces fillettes deja veuves et victimes sont delaissees pour conte dans un pays qui les a toujours ete hostile.

Activism, Stories 0 comments on Heksedronningens tre

Heksedronningens tre

sorcierere (3)Legen så tegn til utmattelse i blikkene våre. Han ba om at vi gikk et ørlite stykke lenger, til et digert og skyggefullt tre. Under det kunne vi hvile. For en sann glede det er å slappe av i skyggen av et svært tre!

Jeg trodde det store treet befant seg noen meter unna, men jeg tok feil. Treet befant seg én times gange unna. Ansiktet til Bethel uttrykte forargelse. Det read more

Activism, Articles, Features, Papers, Poetry, Stories 0 comments on BOOKS THEY READ: Raïs Neza Boneza

BOOKS THEY READ: Raïs Neza Boneza

Source: monitor.co.ug

IN SUMMARY

last-ned-2.jpgRaïs Neza Boneza is a Congolese poet and author. His works include Nomad, a Refugee Poet; Black Emerald; Peace by African’s Peaceful Means and a recent novel, White Eldorado, Black Fever. He is based in Trondheim, Norway. He spoke to Beatrice Lamwaka about the influence of books on his life.

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