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Which is your favourite African book and why is it your favourite?

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  1. Born a Crime written by Trevor Noah. He was just a little coloured boy the other day and now he is speaking to millions of Americans and other people around the world about rights and change. We need more success stories like such, hope he gets back to South Africa and vies for president.

    Born a Crime written by Trevor Noah. He was just a little coloured boy the other day and now he is speaking to millions of Americans and other people around the world about rights and change. We need more success stories like such, hope he gets back to South Africa and vies for president.

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  1. Painful tears by Wairimu Kibugi. I learnt quite a lot from reading this book

    Painful tears by Wairimu Kibugi. I learnt quite a lot from reading this book

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  1. Recently reading “ Forbes Africa’s Billionaires” by Chris Bishop it’s a great read fill with inspirational stories from the continent’s wealthiest people

    Recently reading “ Forbes Africa’s Billionaires” by Chris Bishop
    it’s a great read fill with inspirational stories from the continent’s wealthiest people

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  1. Born a Crime written by Trevor Noah. He was just a little coloured boy the other day and now he is speaking to millions of Americans and other people around the world about rights and change. We need more success stories like such, hope he gets back to South Africa and vies for president.

    Born a Crime written by Trevor Noah. He was just a little coloured boy the other day and now he is speaking to millions of Americans and other people around the world about rights and change. We need more success stories like such, hope he gets back to South Africa and vies for president.

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  2. So long a letter by Mariama Ba. First of all I love that the structure of the book is a letter. I love how the writer brings out different societal issues that people viewed as normal yet they were nothing but unjust and uncivilised. It's a book that addresses what it was like to be a woman in her eRead more

    So long a letter by Mariama Ba.
    First of all I love that the structure of the book is a letter. I love how the writer brings out different societal issues that people viewed as normal yet they were nothing but unjust and uncivilised. It’s a book that addresses what it was like to be a woman in her era. The kind of things she went through and the amount if disappointments she had to put up with because of societal beliefs and traditions only made her stronger, bolder and allowed her to find her voice.

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