Adam Rodgers Johns is a freelance writer with a postgraduate degree in African Studies from SOAS. His main areas of interest include popular culture in Swahili and Yorùbá languages.
Tanzanian teams struggle to compete with their continental rivals. Will the government finally loosen its grip and allow clubs to privatise?
Listening to African stories and reading African historians is of the utmost importance in enhancing our collective understanding of the Mau Mau conflict. In our latest blog, our team member Adam spoke with Dr Chege Githiora, senior lecturer in Swahili at SOAS, about Mau Mau literature, non-fiction, and biography.
This September thousands of people will feel the “the uncontrollable urge to move” as they gather for the Nyege Nyege Festival on the shores of the Nile Rive.
Academic paper published in the German wide Swahili journal the Swahili Forum