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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The Gambia and Confiscation of Jammeh’s Assets: The Road to the ICC?

May 24th, 2017

The authorities in the Gambia have on Monday confiscated bank accounts and assets belonging to the former President Yahya Jammeh. The action followed the...

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Ivory Coast Mutiny: The Issues of Honesty, Trust, and Loyalty

May 22nd, 2017

A four-day nationwide mutiny carried out last week by rebellious soldiers in Ivory Coast has made many to question the degree of control President Alassane...

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Africa and Youth unemployment

May 20th, 2017

In an exclusive interview with the BBC yesterday about the state of both Africa's and Nigeria's economy and politics, the former President of Nigeria, Olusegun...

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