About Kata Kata

Kata Kata is an authentic African cartoon magazine with both online and printed versions. In a humorous way, Kata Kata tries to discuss and sensitize typical (African / global) socio – political and cultural issues. At the same time, it equally offers a maxim that life is perhaps not all about seriousness. One needs some laughs and relaxation to face serious challenges in life.

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Zambia: When The Health of The President Becomes a National Discourse

sata. sick In a typical African way, many Zambians were left in a dark over the health of their President, Michael Sata, who recently came back from Israel, after a...

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Gender Earthquake in Namibia: Can Other African Countries Borrow a Leaf?

namibia flagCall it a gender revolution; or if you wish, a gender earthquake. Regardless, one cannot deny the fact that Namibia has recently been going through...

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