By Peter Matz
Peter Matz lived in Angola from 2005 to 2007. in this time, he skilled some of the highs and lows the rustic has to supply, propelling him right into a trip of non secular transformation. between different occasions, he recollects being robbed at a basketball video game, getting crushed up through a jilted date, two times discovering his vehicle mysteriously long past, and having his driver’s license confiscated by way of uniformed bandits. The publication is illustrated with lots of Peter's photos.
By Dendi Kerekou
By Steven Crook
By Chris McIntyre
By James Clarke
great megafaunal sanctuary; and it questions no matter if Africa’s flora and fauna has reached its lowest ebb, and if it is approximately to witness the flip of the tide? the writer sounds a word of wary optimism: conservation tasks have received a brand new urgency within the twenty first century, and in Africa and somewhere else are displaying expanding get to the bottom of to take on poaching. sizeable transfrontier parks, many nonetheless in improvement, have the aptitude to supply a sustainable habitat for the continent’s megafauna. If we will be able to muster either neighborhood and overseas aid, identify and disgrace the rogue international locations, and construct a pragmatic conservation version that doesn't clash with human wishes, then Africa’s flora and fauna can probably be saved.
By E. R. Braithwaite
In the early Nineteen Sixties acclaimed British Guianese writer E. R. Braithwaite launched into a pilgrimage to the West African international locations of Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, and throughout Sierra Leone simply because the rising kingdom was once getting ready to claim its independence. What Braithwaite stumbled on was once a global greatly varied from the staid, firmly confirmed British society within which he had spent such a lot of his lifestyles. In a spot as overseas to him because the darkish aspect of the moon, he was once conquer by means of colourful attractions, sounds, and scents that vividly reawakened misplaced thoughts from his early life. getting into the intimate circles of the neighborhood intelligentsia, Braithwaite used to be capable of view those newly evolving African societies from the interior, struck by way of their combinations of ardour and naïveté, their political obsessions and technological indifference. the writer found a global that involved, excited, and, often times, deeply afflicted him—and within the procedure he chanced on himself.
E. R. Braithwaite’s A type of Homecoming is without delay a captivating own trip and an eye-opening chronicle of a time of serious switch at the African continent that is helping us to raised comprehend the West Africa of today.
By John Goble
By Henri de Monfreid
By F. M. K. Ridgway
By Carl Anton Weber
der südafrikanischen Gesellschaft während der Apartheid wird durch die unglaublichen Erfahrungen des Autors eindrucksvoll unterstrichen.