Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III: Declaration on the Looted Tangué of Kum'a Mbape (Lock Priso) in German Possession

Declaration by Prince Kum'a Ndumbe III on the Tangué of Kum'a Mbape Bell (Lock Priso Bell), looted on 22 December 1884 in Hickory Town (Bonabéri) and until today being hold hostage at the Völkerkundemuseum in Munich. Answers to the arguments of German institutions who illegally hold the Tangué hostage.

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Namibian Theatre and Film Awards 2014: Submissions to be made until 12 September 2014

The Filmmakers Association of Namibia (FAN), in co-operation with the Namibia Film Commission (NFC)  and the National Theatre of Namibia (NTN) calls out for Namibian filmmakers to submit their work to the Namibian Theatre and Film Awards 2014 - the third... |+| read article

Kooperation: "Die Piroge" - Lesung mit Abasse Ndione, 12. September 2014, 19-21 Uhr

Der Abschied von Familie und Freunden, Ängste und Wünsche vor Antritt der gefährlichen Reise, die große Hoffnung auf ein besseres Leben und die brutale Wirklichkeit der Flucht: Abasse Ndione erzählt anhand des Schicksals von dreißig Flüchtlingen aus dem... |+| read article

AfricAvenir presents Inspiring Young Imaginations: Screening of “Izulu Lami (My Secret Sky)”, 06 September 2014, 10:00, Cinema FNCC

Within the film series "Inspiring Young Imaginations – African Films for Children and Youth", AfricAvenir and FNCC proudly present the movie "Izulu Lamy (My Secret Sky)”. Filmed in eThekweni and based on the experiences of the... |+| read article

Pressemitteilung des Bündnisses "Decolonize Mitte" zum 1. Fest zur Umbenennung der „Mohrenstraße“ in Berlin, 23. August 2014

Am 23. August 2014, dem Internationalen Tag zur Erinnerung an den Handel mit Versklavten und an seine Abschaffung, haben wir von 14-20 Uhr auf dem Zietenplatz in Berlin-Mitte das 1. Fest zur Umbenennung der Berliner M.-Straße gefeiert.|+| read article

Commémoration du refus de corruption et de domination étrangère par des Camerounais, jeudi, 28 août 2014, 8:00 heures, Grand Baobab (Bonabéri)

La fondation AfricAvenir vous convie à l'évènement de commémoration des 130 ans de résistance anti-coloniale au Cameroun, le jeudi 28 août 2014 à Bonabéri-Douala. Nous avons aussi éternisé le héros méconnu Lock Priso Bell sur un T-shirt de haute qualité (voir... |+| read article

130 ans de résistance anticoloniale au Cameroun: Texte intégral du “Voeux des Camerounais” et du "Traité du 12 juillet 1884"

Editions AfricAvenir/Exchange & Dialogue publie le deuxième extrait inédit du prochain ouvrage du prince Kum’a Ndumbe III, paru dans LE MESSAGER nr 4132 du 01 août 2014. Il s'agit du texte intégral intitulé “Voeux des Camerounais” et du "Traité du 12... |+| read article

Cooperation: Exhibition "Exile Faces" by Thabo Thindi, 25-31 August 2014, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Apartheid forced a number of South Africans into exile, and some sought refuge in the former divided Germany especially in the East. Many returned home after the collapse of apartheid in the 1990s but a number of them still live in Germany today. In... |+| read article

Cooperation: Opening "Goodbye Sandton, Hello Soweto! 20 Years of South African Democracy and Beyond", 28 August 2014, 6pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

The "20 Years of Democracy" Festival will be opened by a keynote by Njabulo S Ndebele with simultaneous translation into German, followed by a talk with Barbara Wahlster, and a reception with South African wines. The keynote will be... |+| read article

Cooperation: Concert by South African Jazz Legend Hugh Masekela, 28 August 2014, 8pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Hugh Masekela is considered one of the most important jazz musicians in South Africa. His greatest successes include “Grazing in the Grass” (1968) and the song “Bring Him Back Home” (1987), which became the anthem for the liberation of Nelson... |+| read article

Cooperation: Screening of "Otelo Burning", 28 August 2014, 10pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

Durban 1989: For sixteen-year-old Otelo Buthelezi and his friends from a township, surfing is the greatest—it represents freedom and a possible means of escaping everyday poverty and racism. Tragedy strikes and on the day of Mandela’s release from prison... |+| read article

Cooperation: Symposium "South Africa: Challenges and Promises of Democracy", 29 August 2014, 10am-5.30pm, Haus der Kulturen der Welt

On Friday, 29 August 2014 from 10h00 a.m., a Symposium featuring prominent intellectuals and analysts from South Africa and Germany will debate different aspects of the following overall topic: Challenges and Promises of Democracy in South... |+| read article

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