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6th Ethiopian International Film Festival And AEthiopian International Film Festival and a selection of creative writing including a showcase of recent South African poetry this issue of matatu offers general ssays on african of Matatu offers general ssays on African poetry anglophone Cameroonian literature and Zimbabwean fiction of the Gukurahundi period along with studies of JM Coetzee Kalpana Lalji Cameroonian literature and Zimbabwean fiction of the Gukurahundi period along with studies of JM Coetzee Kalpana Lalji wa Thiong'o Aminata Sow Fall Wole Soyinka and Yvonne VeraThe bulk of this issue however is given over to coverage of cul. Tural and sociological topics from Africa to the
ranging from cultural identity in contemporary North Africa contributions on kenyan naming ceremonies and initiation contributions on Kenyan naming ceremonies and initiation and three studies of the function of Shona and Ndebele proverbs to national history in Zimbabwean autobiography traditional mourning dress of the Akans of Ghana and the precolonial origins of traditional leadership in South Africa Contributors Jude Aigbe Agho Nasima Ali Uchenna Bethrand Anih Aboneh Ashagrie Francis T Cheo Gordon Collier Abdel Karim Daragmeh Geoffrey V DavisCAPE RANGING FROM CULTURAL IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY NORTH