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Somali writer Nuruddin Farah says his latest novel was born of two frustrations – the triumph of hardline religious conservatism […]
In 1988, songwriter and performer Tracy Chapman landed like a bomb on the pop music scene with the release of […]
As Somali Heritage Week kicks off in Nairobi starting today, we take a look back at a few of the cultural influencers we’ve featured on Warya Post
Somalia boasts a rich history of poetry and dance. From the 1930s, as artists started playing the rhythms, melodies and harmonies on various instruments, they created new Somali genres like balwo and heello, which later cross-pollinated with music from neighbouring countries.
Abdirahman Ahmed’s book , Roble and the Robot, aims to inspire Somali children to pursue careers in science and technology.