Writing African Bestsellers
By Akinyi Princess of K’Orinda-Yimbo
Euroancestral reporters and novelists in Africa (including Keith B. Richburg, the African-American who wrote Out of Africa and is glad to be a descendant of slaves rather than of continental Africans) are a breed out of heaven knows where. Especially to the Africans. Let’s take Kiragwe Nzili of Botswana. After seeing him on Weltspiegel, a German weekly television reportage of news around the globe, eating dust on a plastic plate with his son outside his miserable little hut, I made up my mind to find him the next time I’m in Africa. The journalist in me was angry about this because I believe that journalists must not degrade another human being this much just for the sake of money. It degrades the profession. It degrades the entire humankind’s achievement in civilisation.
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