Vol. 6, No. 3
A New Chapter for African Artefacts?
IN THIS ISSUE
⎈ A New Chapter for African Artefacts?: The Republic V6, N3 by Wale Lawal
⎈ Interview: Victor Ehikhamenor on the Resilience of Benin Artistry by The Republic; and
⎈ ‘People Seem to be Trying to Reconnect with Nature: In Conversation with Nengi Omuku by Alayo Akinkugbe;
⎈ Fela’s Renegade Children: The Potential for Resistance in Afrobeats by Olasubomi Olumofin;
⎈ New Discoveries: The African Authors We Wish We Discovered Earlier by Peace Onafuye;
⎈ Expensive Money: Is Money Spraying the Problem? by Ayoola Oladipupo;
⎈ Why We Must Remember: Our Collective Memory of #EndSARS by Ernest Nweke;
⎈ Setting the Records Straight: The Rise of Africa’s Fact Checkers by Charles Ebikeme;
⎈ Interview: At COP27, Vanessa Nakate Wants African Solutions for African Problems by Elizabeth Abati;
⎈ COP Returns to Africa: Have the Wrong Chickens Come Home to Roost? by Afoma Dike;
⎈ Has Anything Changed?: The Gender Politics and Policies of COP26 and COP27 by Hillary Essien;
⎈ ‘Sisi Pia ni Watu’: In Kenya, Domestic Workers Resist Exploitation by Mumbi Kanyogo; and
⎈ ‘Writing Is a Grind; It Won’t Always Be Exciting or Magical’ by Desola Olaleye
⎈ Cover illustration: Onyinye Dike.
⎈ First Draft: Onyinye Dike.
In our next issue, The Republic will critically discuss the 2023 Elections⎈