Wednesday, 25th November 2015, 6.00 pm
On Good Friday, a brutal double murder takes place in the woods, and the killer records the sickening crime on videotape. With the local media building up excitement – and outrage – at the scheduled airing of the footage, two couples in the midst of celebrating the Easter holiday find their idyll interrupted by the breaking news.
What does Africa's future look like? African artists and intellectuals respond to this question as part of the project African Futures.
The book series Contact Zones NRB pays tribute to the developments that have shaped the art scene globally and the intellectual discourse.
Our new virtual library allows you to borrow eBooks, electronic newspapers or eAudio books comfortably from home 24 hours a day 7 days a week!
Interest in modern urban music from Africa is growing worldwide. Music Around Africa gives a rough overview of the diverse and dynamic music scenes south of the Sahara.
Through books and websites we give our projects longevity and an additional form of expression; and we reach a greater audience even beyond Kenya...