Silent Bones

This post is a slightly longer read than the ones we usually put out. It’s a short fiction spanning the streets of East London to Western Vitilevu. Enjoy x ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. We owe Shem more. More than the measly seventeen times he is mentioned in the bible. If it weren’t for …

A note to my generation: Beware of the rise of the ‘Yes’ men and lessons from Bill 17.

Was anyone really surprised that Bill 17 was passed, that Bulitavu crossed the floor or that TLTB supported the very Bill that could see their eradication? Not really. The Fiji First method of madness had been clear from the start: Put forward a half-cooked idea, get their ‘yes’ men to …

Advancing artificial intelligence and the morality of men.

Could machines really take over the world? What are the implications and what does it say about our morality if we allowed this to happen?

This article is a short reflection on the Sci-fi book titled Conscious by Vic Grout and Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro.

Ziena Jalil: “You lose 100% of the race you don’t start, so dare to compete”.

Demosthenes wanted to lay claim to his family inheritance in court, however in 364 BC the only way to do so would be to argue his own case. He understood that his speech defect would hinder the chances of winning his petition so he practised his speaking skills by talking …

This Mournable Body: A Review

This Mournable Body: A Review by Tsitsi Dangarembga Published by Faber & Faber, London, 2020. This book is a sequel to the authors first acclaimed novel, Nervous Conditions, which won the Commonwealth Writers Prize in 1989. Dangaremba explores the theme of race, gender and colonialism in Zimbabwe. This Mournable Body continues …