|"Love finds a way"||
A note adapted from the catalogue to the Rhodesian Festival of African Art.
|007's Last Ride|
|A drink in the passage|
|A few days and nights||
This pre-publication extract (Chapter 1) from an important Camerounian first novel sets a scene which reverses the roles of the French and African lovers in Cyprian Ekwensi's "Night of freedom".
|A Manner of speaking|
|A matter of honour||
|A Noble Piece of Afrikaans Writing|
|A Terrible Beauty: Alan Paton: ah but your land is beautiful: reviewed by Colin Gardner|
|Alan Paton's 'Ah, But Your Land is Beautiful'|
|Along the line|
|An African and modern vehicle||
Poetry and prose reveal Swahili.
|Apartheid and the novel||
Desperation and stoicism in a situation which frustrates.
|Arts and Africa: BBC African Service, no. 195|
|Boklaagte goes to the polls|
Bolt, a periodical covering English language studies focussing on contemporary South African reviews, criticism and creative writing. The magazine aimed to be apolitical, without imposing any limitations, adding literary excellence.
|Bolt Number 10 May1974|
|Bolt Number 11 December 1974|